Intel Publishes 77 New Security Vulnerabilities, 67 of Which Were Found Internally

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System manufacturers and OS vendors should be busy with plenty of new security updates this month. Intel has published a list of 77 vulnerabilities on its new blog, 67 of which were discovered internally through the company’s own testing. Some of the more severe ones involve Intel’s graphics driver, Ethernet 700 Series Controllers, and WiFi software.

We believe that assigning CVE ID’s and publicly documenting internally found vulnerabilities helps our customers to accurately assess risk, prioritize, and deploy updates. By the time you are reading this blog post, mitigations for many of these issues will have already been propagated throughout the ecosystem through the IPU process.


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