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About Supermicro Security Center

The Supermicro Security Center is the established source for product security updates and information from Supermicro, a global leader in enterprise computing, storage, networking, and green computing technology. We strive for continuous improvement in our security practices.

The security of our customers is a top priority; hence we have put measures in place to safeguard the operation of your Supermicro servers and storage systems. Servers and storage systems as they exist today are becoming more versatile yet more complex with the need to be secured. With threat actors, Supermicro is developing defense mechanisms to protect users and customers and thus bring our security knowledge to the highest in the industry. Supermicro recognizes that customers expect to deploy products that meet high-security standards; therefore, our response is designed for the highest level of protection.

Supermicro recommends that you follow security best practices, including keeping your operating system up-to-date and running the latest versions of firmware and all software.

Lifecycle Cyber Security Product Protection

Supermicro offers three server products made exclusively in the US. By centralizing manufacturing in US factories, system integrity is preserved. These “Made in the USA” products reduce the opportunity for foreign cybersecurity intrusion and are available for customers worldwide. To learn more about this program, go to the Made in the USA solution page.

Supermicro strictly manages cybersecurity practices throughout our entire supply chain system, to include a broader “cradle to grave” approach to keeping our products secure from sourcing and production, through operation, to a natural end of life.

Sourcing

  • Supplier Management
  • Visual Inspections
  • X-Ray checks of motherboards
  • Supplier ISO certifications

Manufacturing

  • Secure Global Production
  • Made in the USA
  • Resilient Manufacturing

Supply Chain Protection

  • Attestation
  • Delivery Services
  • Traceability Tracking
  • DFARS for US Federal
  • Intrusion Detection

Run-Time Security

  • Root of Trust
  • NIST 800-193
  • AMD SEV and SME
  • Intel SGX
  • Enforced Strong Passwords

End of Life

  • Recycling
  • Green Initiatives
  • NIST 800-88 Erase
  • Forensics Assistance
  • Data management retention

Supermicro Supply Chain Security

Supermicro’s customer-focused culture requires 100% precision and quality, so Supermicro tests its products at every step. Using machine-based tests, that are both fully automated and manual, Supermicro checks every motherboard.

Watch the video on how Supermicro delivers responsive, reliable, and secure processes for supply chain management.

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Product Security at Supermicro

Supermicro’s best practices are designed to meet its product security requirements that are supported by rich security functionality and features. These features assure customers that Supermicro's products meet industry security standards.

Product Security Standards and Specifications

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Supermicro regards the security of your data center with the highest importance. Supermicro is providing a list of standards and specifications for the newly-released X13/H13 and X12/H12 families of servers and storage systems. These built-in capabilities will serve as a guideline for establishing secure operations within your data center. Review the list below.

CategorySecurity SpecificationsIntel X13 ProductsAMD H13 ProductsIntel X12 ProductsAMD H12 Products
HardwareSilicon Root of Trust
Chassis Intrusion Protection
Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0
BMC TPM  
Intel Boot Guard  
Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX)1  
Platform Secure Boot (PSB)   
AMD Secure Processor  
AMD Secure Memory Encryption (SME)  
AMD Secure Encrypted Virtualization (SEV)  
BIOS/BMCSecure Boot
Secure Drive Erase
Secure Flash
Secure Firmware Updates
Cryptographically signed firmware
Secure Redfish API
Password Security
USB dynamic enable/disable  
HDD Password
BMC Unique Password
Automatic Firmware Recovery
Anti-rollback
Runtime BMC Protections  
System Lockdown
Supply Chain Security: Remote Attestation  
Drive Key Management (Super-Guardians)  
StandardsNIST SP 800-193
NIST SP 800-147b
NIST SP 800-88

Notes:

  • Certain features may not apply to all products
  • 1 On select models and configurations
BMC Firmware Security

The Baseboard Management Controller (BMC) provides remote access to multiple users at different locations for networking. BMC allows a system administrator to monitor system health and manage computer events remotely. BMC is used with an (Intelligent Platform Management Interface) IPMI Management utility which makes it possible to control and monitor servers centrally. BMC has a wide range of security features that address customer requirements.

BMC Security Guide

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Security Best Practices for managing servers with BMC features enabled in Datacenters

Learn about BMC Security Best Practices

Dynamic System Verification Leveraging the Attestation Process

Detect any changes in the hardware and firmware using system attestation

Cryptographically Signed BMC Firmware

Learn about Security functionality to cryptographically sign the BMC Firmware and BIOS

BMC Unique Password Security Feature

Learn how to benefit from BMC Unique Password

Security Advisories & Notices

Variable Modification Due to Stack Overflow

A potential vulnerability was found in the Supermicro BIOS firmware. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability in the Supermicro motherboards by manipulating a variable to potentially hijack the control flow, allowing attackers with the kernel level privileges to escalate their privileges and potentially execute arbitrary code.

  • CVE-2023-34853
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AMD Security Bulletin AMD-SB-7005

Supermicro is aware of the Return Address Predictor issue, also known as "INCEPTION." This issue affects AMD EPYC™ 3rd Gen and 4th Gen Processors. This vulnerability affects Supermicro select H12 and select H13 motherboards.

  • CVE-2023-20569
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Intel Platform Update (IPU) Update 2023.3, August 2023

This update applies to the X11, X12, and X13 families of products powered by Intel Xeon® and other Intel processors. Intel Platform Update (IPU) combines the delivery of security updates that may have been previously provided individually.

  • INTEL-SA-00783 – 2023.2 IPU – Intel® Chipset Firmware Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00813 – 2023.2 IPU – BIOS Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00828 – 2023.2 IPU – Intel® Processor Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00836 – 2023.2 IPU – Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00837 – 2023.2 IPU – Intel® Xeon® Processor Advisory
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AMD Security Bulletin AMD-SB-7008

Supermicro is aware of the cross-process information leak, also known as "Zenbleed". This issue affects AMD EPYC™ 7002 Processors also known as AMD “Zen 2” processors. This vulnerability affects Supermicro H11 and H12 motherboards.

  • CVE-2023-20593
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Shell injection in the SMTP notifications

Vulnerability in the select supermicro boards may affect SMTP notification configurations. The vulnerability may allow unauthenticated bad actors to control user inputs such as the subject in the alert settings which may lead to an arbitrary execution of code.

  • CVE-2023-35861
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Reflective Denial-of-Service (DoS) Amplification Vulnerability in Service Location Protocol SLP

The Service Location Protocol (SLP) allows an unauthenticated, remote attacker to register arbitrary services. This could allow the attacker to use spoofed UDP traffic to conduct a denial-of-service (DoS) attack with a significant amplification factor.

  • CVE-2023-29552
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Media Information: Intel BootGuard OEM private keys have potentially been compromised, May 2023

Based on the analysis of how Supermicro generates and uses private keys, Supermicro products are not affected.

Intel Platform Update (IPU) Update 2023.2, May 2023

This update applies to the X11, X12, and X13 families of products powered by Intel Xeon® and other Intel processors. Intel Platform Update (IPU) combines the delivery of security updates that may have been previously provided individually.

  • INTEL-SA-00807 – 2023.2 IPU – BIOS Advisory
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AMD Security Vulnerabilities, May 2023

This update applies to the H11, H12 and H13 families of products powered by 1st/2nd/3rd/4th Gen AMD EPYC™ Processors. This update also applies to M12 family of products powered by Ryzen™ Threadripper™ processor. Potential vulnerabilities in various platform components were discovered and have been mitigated in AMD EPYC™ and AMD Ryzen™ AGESA™ PI packages.

  • AMD-SN-4001 - AMD Client Vulnerabilities – May 2023
  • AMD-SN-3001 - AMD Server Vulnerabilities – May 2023
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SuperDoctor5 Advisory, March 2023

Researchers have identified a vulnerability in Supermicro SuperDoctor5 (SD5) that may allow any authenticated user on the web interface to remotely execute arbitrary commands on the system where SuperDoctor5 (SD5) is installed.

  • CVE-2023-26795
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Intel Platform Update (IPU) Update 2023.1, February 2023

This update applies to the X11, X12, and X13 families of products powered by Intel Xeon® and other Intel processors. Intel Platform Update (IPU) combines the delivery of security updates that may have been previously provided individually.

  • INTEL-SA-00700 – 2023.1 IPU – Intel® Atom® and Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00717 – 2023.1 IPU – BIOS Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00718 – 2023.1 IPU – Intel® Chipset Firmware Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00730 – 2023.1 IPU – 3rd Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00738 – 2023.1 IPU – Intel® Xeon® Processor Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00767 – 2023.1 IPU – Intel® Processor Advisory
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Voltage Regulator Module (VRM) and Inter-Integrated Circuit (I²C) Overvolting/Undervolting, January 2023

Researchers have identified a vulnerability in The Board Management Controller (BMC) which may allow changes to the voltage to be outside the specified operating range for the CPU and therefore, affect normal computations.

  • CVE-2022-43309
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AMD Security Vulnerabilities, January 2023

This update applies to the H11 and H12 families of products powered by 1st/2nd/3rd/4th Gen AMD EPYC™ Processors. This update also applies to M12 family of products powered by Ryzen™ Threadripper™ processor. Potential vulnerabilities in various platform components were discovered and have been mitigated in AMD EPYC™ and AMD Ryzen™ AGESA™ PI packages.

  • AMD-SN-1031 - AMD Client Vulnerabilities – January 2023
  • AMD-SN-1032 - AMD Server Vulnerabilities – January 2023
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Intel Platform Update (IPU) Update 2022.3, November 2022

This update applies to the X11, and X12 families of products powered by Intel Xeon® and other Intel processors. Intel Platform Update (IPU) combines the delivery of security updates that may have been previously provided individually.

  • INTEL-SA-00610 - 2022.3 IPU – Intel® Chipset Firmware Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00668 - 2022.2 IPU – BIOS Advisory
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OpenSSL Advisory, November 2022

OpenSSL versions from 3.x through 3.0.6 are found vulnerable to a high severity security vulnerability that can lead to crash or unexpected behavior. Supermicro products are not affected by this OpenSSL vulnerability.

  • CVE-2022-3786
  • CVE-2022-3602
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Microsoft Windows Secure Boot Bypass, August 2022

Researchers have identified several vulnerabilities in Microsoft’s third-party bootloaders that can affect all computer systems using x64 UEFI Secure Boot.

  • CVE-2022-34301
  • CVE-2022-34302
  • CVE-2022-34303
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Intel Platform Update (IPU) Update 2022.2, August 2022

This update applies to the X11, and X12 families of products powered by Intel Xeon® and other Intel processors. Intel Platform Update (IPU) combines the delivery of security updates that may have been previously provided individually.

  • INTEL-SA-00657 - 2022.2 IPU – Intel® Processor Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00669 - 2022.2 IPU – Intel® Chipset Firmware Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00686 - 2022.2 IPU – BIOS Advisory
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Intel Platform Update (IPU) Update 2022.1, June 2022

This update applies to the X10, X11, and X12 families of products powered by Intel Xeon® and other Intel processors. Intel Platform Update (IPU) combines the delivery of security updates that may have been previously provided individually.

  • INTEL-SA-00601 - 2022.1 IPU – BIOS Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00613 - 2022.1 IPU – Intel® Boot Guard and Intel® TXT Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00614 - 2022.1 IPU – Intel® SGX Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00615 - 2022.1 IPU – Intel® Processors MMIO Stale Data Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00616 - 2022.1 IPU – Intel® Xeon Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00617 - 2022.1 IPU – Intel® Processor Advisory
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AMD Security Vulnerabilities, May 2022

This update applies to the H11 and H12 families of products powered by 1st/2nd/3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ Processors. This update also applies to M12 family of products powered by Ryzen™ Threadripper™ processor. Potential vulnerabilities in various platform components were discovered and have been mitigated in AMD EPYC™ and AMD Ryzen™ AGESA™ PI packages.

  • AMD-SN-1027 - AMD Client Vulnerabilities – May 2022
  • AMD-SN-1028 - AMD Server Vulnerabilities – May 2022
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Intel Platform Update (IPU) Update 2021.2, February 2022

This update applies to the X10, X11, and X12 families of products powered by Intel Xeon® and other Intel processors. Intel Platform Update (IPU) combines the delivery of security updates that may have been previously provided individually.

  • INTEL-SA-00470 - 2021.2 IPU – Intel® Chipset Firmware Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00527 - 2021.2 IPU – BIOS Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00532 - 2021.2 IPU – Intel® Processor Breakpoint Control Flow Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00561 - 2021.2 IPU – Intel® Processor Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00589 - 2021.2 IPU – Intel Atom® Processor Advisory
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Supermicro’s response to Apache Log4j vulnerability

Supermicro is aware and joins the industry to mitigate the exposure caused by the high-priority CVE-2021-44228 (Apache Log4j 2) issue, also coined as “Log4Shell”, the CVE-2021-45046 (Apache Log4j 2) issue, and the CVE-2021-45105 (Apache Log4j 2) issue. Supermicro is also aware of the CVE-2021-4104 and CVE-2019-17571 issues for Apache Log4j 1.2.

Most Supermicro applications are not impacted by these five vulnerabilities. The only impacted application is Supermicro Power Manager (SPM). The issue will be addressed in a new version of Supermicro Power Manager (SPM) with the release pending ASAP. SPM will come with Log4j version 2.17.0.

Log4j 2

  • CVE-2021-44228
  • CVE-2021-45046
  • CVE-2021-45105

Log4j 1.2

  • CVE-2019-17571
  • CVE-2021-4104
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Intel Platform Update (IPU) Update 2021.2, November 2021

This update applies to the X10, X11, and X12 families of products powered by Intel Xeon® and other Intel processors. Intel Platform Update (IPU) combines the delivery of security updates that may have been previously provided individually.

  • INTEL-SA-00528 - 2021.2 IPU – Intel® Atom® Processor Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00562 - 2021.1 IPU – BIOS Reference Code Advisory
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AMD Security Vulnerabilities, November 2021

This update applies to the H11 and H12 families of products powered by 1st/2nd/3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ Processors. Potential vulnerabilities in various platform components were discovered and have been mitigated in AMD EPYC™ AGESA™ PI packages.

  • AMD-SN-1021 - AMD Server Vulnerabilities – November 2021
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Intel Security Advisory Intel-SA-00525, July 2021

  • INTEL-SA-00525 – Intel BSSA (BIOS Shared SW Architecture) DFT Advisory

Intel-SA-00525 Security Advisory does not affect Supermicro BIOS.

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Intel Platform Update (IPU) Update 2021.1, June 2021

This update applies to the X10, X11, and X12 families of products powered by Intel Xeon® and other Intel processors. Intel Platform Update (IPU) combines the delivery of security updates that may have been previously provided individually.

  • INTEL-SA-00442 - 2021.1 IPU – Intel VT-d Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00459 - 2021.1 IPU – Intel-CSME-SPS-TXE-DAL-AMT-Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00463 - 2021.1 IPU – BIOS Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00464 - 2021.1 IPU – Intel Processor Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00465 - 2021.1 IPU – Intel Processor Advisory
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Supermicro’s response to Trickboot vulnerability, March 2021

Supermicro is aware of the Trickboot issue which is observed only with a subset of the X10 UP motherboards. Supermicro will be providing a mitigation for this vulnerability.

TrickBoot is a new functionality within the TrickBot malware toolset capable of discovering vulnerabilities and enabling attackers to read/write/erase the BIOS on the device.

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BIOS detects GRUB2 boot loader vulnerability in Linux OS, November 2020

A flaw was found in GRUB2, prior to version 2.06. An attacker may use the GRUB2 flaw to hijack and tamper the GRUB verification process. BIOS will detect this condition and halt the boot with an error message.

  • CVE-2020-10713
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Intel Platform Update (IPU) Update 2020.2, November 2020

This update applies to the X10, X11, and X12 families of products powered by Intel Xeon® and other Intel processors. Intel Platform Update (IPU) combines the delivery of security updates that may have been previously provided individually.

  • INTEL-SA-00358 – 2020.2 IPU – BIOS Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00391 – 2020.2 IPU – Intel® CSME, SPS, TXE, and AMT Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00389 – 2020.2 IPU – Intel® RAPL Advisory
  • INTEL-SA-00390 – Intel BIOS Platform Sample Code Advisory
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Intel Monthly September Security Update, September 2020

This update applies to the X11 and X12 families of products powered by Intel Core® processors. Intel Monthly September Security Update combines the delivery of security updates that may have been previously provided individually.

Please note that X10 family of products is not affected by this announcement.

  • Intel-SA-00404 – Intel® AMT and Intel® ISM Advisory
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Intel Platform Update (IPU) Update 2020.1, June 2020

This update applies to the X10 and X11 families of products powered by Intel Xeon® processors. Intel Platform Update (IPU) combines the delivery of security updates that may have been previously provided individually.

  • Intel-SA-00295 – Intel® CSME, SPS, TXE, AMT and DAL Advisory
  • Intel-SA-00320 – Special Register Buffer Data Sampling Advisory
  • Intel-SA-00322 – 2020.1 IPU BIOS Advisory
  • Intel-SA-00329 – Intel® Processors Data Leakage Advisory
  • Intel-SA-00260 – (updated) Intel® Processor Graphics 2019.2 QSR Update Advisory
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Lot 9 of ErP (Eco-design) Compliance

Lot 9 regulations are a new set of product standards that deal with data storage devices such as enterprise-level servers. Learn how Supermicro meets European Union (EU) Eco-design requirements for servers and storage products as part of Lot 9 Compliance.

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Intel Monthly February Security Update, February 2020

This update applies to the X11 families of products powered by Intel Core® processors. Intel Monthly February Security Update combines the delivery of security updates that may have been previously provided individually.

  • Intel-SA-00307 – Escalation of Privilege, Denial of Service, Information Disclosure
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Intel BIOS Update, INTEL-SA-00329, January 2020

  • Intel-SA-00329 – Intel® Processors Data Leakage Advisory
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Intel Monthly December Security Update, December 2019

This update applies to the X10, and X11 families of products powered by Intel Xeon® processors. Intel Monthly December Security Update combines the delivery of security updates that may have been previously provided individually.

  • Intel-SA-00289 – Intel® Processors Voltage Settings Modification Advisory
  • Intel-SA-00317 – Unexpected Page Fault in Virtualized Environment Advisory
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Intel Platform Update (IPU) Update 2019.2, November 2019

This update applies to the X10, and X11 families of products powered by Intel Xeon® processors. Intel Platform Update (IPU) combines the delivery of security updates that may have been previously provided individually.

  • Intel-SA-00164 – Intel® Trusted Execution Technology 2019.2 IPU Advisory
  • Intel-SA-00219 – Intel® SGX 2019.2 with Intel® Processor Graphics IPU Update Advisory
  • Intel-SA-00220 – Intel® SGX and Intel® TXT Advisory
  • Intel-SA-00240 – Intel CPU Local Privilege Escalation Advisory
  • Intel-SA-00241 – Intel® CSME, Server Platform Services, Trusted Execution Engine, Intel® Active Management Technology and Dynamic Application Loader 2019.2 IPU Advisory
  • Intel-SA-00254 – Intel® System Management Mode 2019.2 IPU Advisory
  • Intel-SA-00260 – Intel® Processor Graphics 2019.2 IPU Advisory
  • Intel-SA-00270 – TSX Transaction Asynchronous Abort Advisory
  • Intel-SA-00271 – Voltage Modulation Technical Advisory
  • Intel-SA-00280 – BIOS 2019.2 IPU Advisory
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BMC/IPMI Security Vulnerability Update September 3, 2019

Researchers have identified several security related issues on the Virtual Media function of Supermicro BMCs that requires a BMC firmware update to address.

CVE-2019-16649
CVE-2019-16650

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AMD Security Vulnerability: Secure Encrypted Virtualization Invalid ECC Curve Points (SEV ECC) in Linux Operating System vulnerability

CVE-2019-9836

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Intel Security Vulnerability regarding Rowhammer style attack to leak information from certain DRAM modules

Intel-SA-00247 (CVE-2019-0174)

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Intel Quarterly Security Release (QSR) Update 2019.1, May 2019

This update applies to the X8, X9, X10, and X11 families of products powered by Intel Xeon® processors. Quarterly Security Release (QSR) combines the delivery of security updates that may have been previously provided individually.

  • INTEL-SA-00213 (CVE-2019-0089, CVE-2019-0090, CVE-2019-0086, CVE-2019-0091, CVE-2019-0092, CVE-2019-0093, CVE-2019-0094, CVE-2019-0096, CVE-2019-0097, CVE-2019-0098, CVE-2019-0099, CVE-2019-0153, CVE-2019-0170)
  • INTEL-SA-00223 BIOS Not Affected
  • INTEL-SA-00233(CVE-2018-12126, CVE-2018-12127, CVE-2018-12130, CVE-2019-11091)

    BIOS updates for these issues are rolling out now. View the details below for impacted products and necessary BIOS updates.

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Intel Quarterly Security Release (QSR) Update 2018.4, March 2019

This update applies only to the X11 family of products powered by Intel Xeon® processors. Quarterly Security Release (QSR) combines the delivery of security updates that may have been previously provided individually.

  • INTEL-SA-00185 (CVE-2018-12188, CVE-2018-12189, CVE-2018-12190, CVE-2018-12191, CVE-2018-12192, CVE-2018-12199, CVE-2018-12198, CVE-2018-12200, CVE-2018-12187, CVE-2018-12196, CVE-2018-12185, CVE-2018-12208)
  • INTEL-SA-00191 (CVE-2018-12201, CVE-2018-12202, CVE-2018-12203, CVE-2018-12205, CVE-2018-12204)
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"Spoiler": New research Article on speculative execution in Intel processors

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Baseboard Management Controller (BMC) Security Vulnerabilities regarding systems using the ASPEED AST2400 and AST2500 system-on-chips (SoCs)

  • CVE-2019-6260
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Spectre and Meltdown Side Channel Speculative Execution

  • Intel SA-00115 (CVE-2018-3639, CVE-2018-3640)
  • Intel-SA-00088 (CVE-2017-5715, CVE-2017-5753, CVE-2017-5754)
  • Intel-SA-00161 (CVE-2018-3615, CVE-2018-3620, CVE-2018-3646)
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Intel Security Vulnerabilities Regarding Intel® Management Engine (ME), Intel® Server Platform Services (SPS), and Intel® Trusted Execution Engine (TXE)

  • Intel-SA-00086 (CVE-2017-5705, CVE-2017-5708, CVE-2017-5711, CVE-2017-5712, CVE-2017-5706, CVE-2017-5709, CVE-2017-5707, CVE-2017-571000)
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BIOS/BMC Firmware Security updates prior to 2017

See Firmware Fixes to Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures published prior to 2017.

Supermicro pro-actively works with the security community to identify and strengthen security across our product line. Please find solutions to CVEs published on Supermicro firmware.

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Report a Product Security Issue

If you encountered a security issue with a Supermicro product, please send an e-mail to secure@supermicro.com with the following details:

  • Product name/SKU
  • Detailed report on the vulnerability
  • Instructions to reproduce
  • Any relevant CVEs

Please do not include any sensitive or confidential information in clear text emails – use PGP Key to encrypt your message. Supermicro Product Security Team will review your report and contact you to jointly resolve the issue.

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