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Intel® AMT Clickjacking Vulnerability

Intel ID:  INTEL-SA-00081
Product family:  Intel® Active Management Technology
Impact of vulnerability Information Disclosure
Severity rating Moderate
Original release:  Jun 05, 2017
Last revised:  Jun 05, 2017

Summary: 

Insufficient clickjacking protection in the Web User Interface of Intel® AMT firmware versions before 9.1.40.1000, 9.5.60.1952, 10.0.50.1004, 11.0.0.1205, and 11.6.25.1129 potentially allowing a remote attacker to hijack users web clicks via attacker's crafted web page.

Description: 

Insufficient clickjacking protection in the Web User Interface of Intel® AMT firmware versions before 9.1.40.1000, 9.5.60.1952, 10.0.50.1004, 11.0.0.1205, and 11.6.25.1129 potentially allowing a remote attacker to hijack users web clicks via attacker's crafted web page.

  • CVSSv3 5.4 (Medium): CVSS:3.0/AV:N/AC:L/PR:N/UI:R/S:U/C:L/I:L/A:N

Affected products: 

Intel AMT firmware versions before 9.1.40.1000, 9.5.60.1952, 10.0.50.1004, 11.0.0.1205, and 11.6.25.1129

Recommendations: 

Intel highly recommends that users update to the latest version of firmware available from their equipment manufacturer.

Acknowledgements: 

Intel would like to thank Lenovo for reporting this issue and working with us on coordinated disclosure.

Revision history:

Revision

Date

Description

1.0

05-June-2017

Initial Release

1.1

13-June-2017

Version Update

CVE Name:  CVE-2017-5697

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