Intel reported potential security vulnerabilities in some Intel Processors that may allow an authenticated user to potentially enable information disclosure.
A new domain bypass transient execution attack known as special register buffer data sampling (SRBDS) may allow data values from special registers to be inferred by malicious code executing on any core of the CPU.
The affected products and corresponding update versions are shown in the table below.
|CVE||V3.1 Vector(Base)||Base Score||V3.1 Vector(Temporal Score)||Temporal Score|
|Product||BIOS Update version|
Inspur provides method to update CPU Microcode of its various products as mentioned in the table above.Download your product’s corresponding BIOS image and perform the BIOS upgrade.
Please visit the Support Center site for updates on the applicable products.
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