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AMD promises firmware fixes for security processor bugs

8 monthes ago   |   By Ars Technica

Enlarge / AMD's Ryzen die. Threadripper has two of these in a multi-chip module. Epyc has four of them.
AMD has responded to the reports last week of a range of security flaws affecting its Platform Security Processor and chipset. The company acknowledges the bugs and says that, in coming weeks, it will have new firmware available to resolve the PSP bugs. These firmware fixes will also mitigate the chipset bugs.
Israeli firm CTS identified four separate flaw families, naming them Masterkey , Ryzenfall (affecting Ryzen, Ryzen Pro, and Ryzen Mobile), Fallout , and Chimera (applying to Ryzen...
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