smackiethefrog I have run Intel's SA-00086 detection tool on my system with a Z170 FTW running UEFI v2.01. The result shows the firmware as vulnerable. Are there any plans to issue patched ME firmware for this system?
rsabatinoeven with the update it says my system is vulnerable .
HeavyHemirsabatinoeven with the update it says my system is vulnerable .Did you check and see if there is a newer IME version for your chipset? Seriously EVGA should be updating this. I've updated my X99 to the latest and it's good to go.You should find what you need here if you're comfortable updating yourself.https://www.win-raid.com/...-amp-System-Tools.html
EVGATech_LeeMAs an update, we plan to roll out BIOS updates for the following motherboard/laptop chipsets over the next month to address this specific issue: In no particular order:X299E299 EVGA X299 DarkE297 EVGA X299 FTW KE295 EVGA X299 Micro ATXZ370E379 EVGA Z370 Classified KE377 EVGA Z370 FTWE375 EVGA Z370 Micro ATXZ270E279 EVGA Z270 Classified KE277 EVGA Z270 FTW KE272 EVGA Z270 StingerZ170E179 EVGA Z170 Classified 4-WayE178 EVGA Z170 Classified KE177 EVGA Z170 FTWE172 EVGA Z170 StingerNotebooks:SC17 980MSC17 1080 4KGSC17 1070SC17 1070 4KGSC15 1060G Please note that by providing a BIOS update, this does not mean that you are necessarily in any imminent danger from the reported vulnerability. However, we will encourage you to update your motherboard BIOSes when these are available.
orcaman98Can anyone tell me if the X58 is vulnerable or if an update is planned? The tool tells me it gets an invalid response and can't determine if my system is vulnerable or not. My part number is 132-GT-E736.