As a result of massive backlash from the industry, Israel-based security firm CTS Labs has provided some clarifications about the recently disclosed AMD processor vulnerabilities and its disclosure method.
CTS Labs this week published a report providing a brief description of 13 critical vulnerabilities and backdoors found in EPYC and Ryzen processors from AMD. The flaws can allegedly be exploited for arbitrary code execution, bypassing security features, stealing data, helping malware become resilient against security products, and damaging hardware.
The vulnerabilities affect AMD’s Secure Processor, an environment where critical tasks are executed in order …read more
Via:: Security Week