AMD issued an update last week saying that it will provide an actual update in a few weeks, and sarcastically advises vendors to stay “up-to-date”…
AMD is aware of new research related to a potential vulnerability in AMD software technology supplied to motherboard manufacturers for use in their Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) infrastructure and plans to complete delivery of updated versions designed to mitigate the issue by the end of June 2020.[…]AMD has delivered the majority of the updated versions of AGESA to our motherboard partners and plans to deliver the remaining versions by the end of June 2020. AMD recommends following the security best practice of keeping devices up-to-date with the latest patches.[…]
We thank Danny Odler for his ongoing security research.
Full announcement paragraph:
No news here:
AGESA status page:
just kidding, there is no such page, only AMD clients get AGESA status updates under NDA.
I wonder if the Apple macOS or Microsoft Defender UEFI scanners will be updated to catch this on AMD systems. CHIPSEC can’t, it does not work on AMD systems.