AMD has acknowledged several arbitrary code execution vulnerabilities that impact the first three generations of its EPYC processors as well as the AMD EPYC embedded processors.
The vulnerabilities center around AMD’s Secure Encrypted Virtualization (SEV) and are outlined in two research papers, due to be presented at a prestigious security conference later in the year.
The first exploit, tracked as CVE-2020-12967, comes courtesy of researchers at Fraunhofer AISEC and the Technical University of Munich.
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