Intel releases a DOZEN new security advisories!

I’ve only seen them release 1 or 2 at a time, a dozen new advisories in a day is a LOT:

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/security-center/default.html

Insecure Handling of BIOS and AMT Passwords
EDK II Untested memory not covered by SMM page protection
Platform firmware included insecure handling of certain UEFI variables
Intel® Quartus® Prime Pro
Firmware Authentication Bypass
Intel® Quartus Family of Tools Privilege Escalation Vulnerability
Insufficient Input Validation in Intel® VTune Amplifier, Intel® Advisor and Intel® Inspector products before version 2018 Update 3 potentially allows an unprivileged user to trigger a Denial of Service via local vector
BMC Firmware Vulnerability Intel Server Boards, Compute Modules and Systems
Insufficient Input Validation in Bleach module in Intel® Distribution for Python (IDP) version IDP 2018 Update 2 potentially allows an unprivileged user to bypass URI sanitization and cause a Denial of Service via local vector
Intel® Converged Security Management Engine (Intel® CSME) 11.x issue
Intel® Optane™ memory module update
Intel Q1’18 Intel® Active Management Technology 9.x/10.x/11.x Security Review Cumulative Update

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