Certain Intel® SATA Solid State Drives Impacted by ATA Drive Password Vulnerability
A vulnerability was identified in the Intel® Solid-State Drive 540s Series, Intel® Solid State Drive Pro 5400s Series, Intel® Solid State Drive E 5400s Series and Intel® Solid State Drive DC S3100 Series leading to a potential data corruption issue.
A vulnerability was identified in the Intel® Solid-State Drive 540s Series, Intel® Solid State Drive Pro 5400s Series, Intel® Solid State Drive E 5400s Series and Intel® Solid State Drive DC S3100 Series. In systems with the SATA devsleep feature enabled, setting or resetting the user or master password by the ATA security feature set may cause data corruption. This issue applies only to systems supporting and enabling devsleep.
|Product Name||Impacted FW Versions||Mitigated FW Versions||Update Source|
|Intel SSD 540s Series 2.5"||LSBG200, LSF031C||LSF036C||
|Intel SSD 540s Series M.2||LSBG100, LSF031C||LSF036C|
|Intel SSD Pro 5400s Series 2.5"||LSF031P||LSF036P|
|Intel SSD Pro 5400s Series M.2||LSF031P||LSF036P|
|Intel SSD E 5400s Series 2.5"||LSMG200, LSF031E||LSF036E|
|Intel SSD E 5400s Series M.2||LSMG100, LSF031E||LSF036E|
|Intel SSD DC S3100 Series||LSDG200, LSF031D||LSF036D|
Intel strongly recommends that customers with the listed products download and apply the mitigated firmware version using the update source outlined above.
Intel became aware of this issue during early customer validation.
The mitigation for this issue also addresses advisory INTEL-SA-00053 https://security-center.intel.com/advisory.aspx?intelid=INTEL-SA-00053&languageid=en-fr
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