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Intel® SGX SDK and Intel® SGX Platform Software Updates
Intel® Software Guard Extensions Software Development Kit (SDK) and Platform Software (PSW) utilize the Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives Cryptography Library. Vulnerabilities in this cryptography library have been reported that may enable a local attacker running malware utilizing software based side channel methods to gather data concerning certain cryptographic keys.
In accordance with the recent public security advisory INTEL-SA-00106 published for the Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives Cryptography Library, new versions of the Intel® SGX SDK and Intel® SGX PSW have been released.
Intel® SGX SDK and Intel® Platform Software for Windows* before version 2.01.
Intel® SGX SDK and Intel® Platform Software for Linux before version 2.1.3.
Intel recommends that developers recompile applications using the latest Intel® SGX SDK and update to the latest Intel® SGX Platform Software.
Intel® SGX SDK and Intel® Platform Software for Windows* version 2.01.
Intel® SGX SDK and Intel® Platform Software for Linux version 2.1.3.
Intel thanks Fergus Dall, Gabrielle De Micheli, Thomas Eisenbarth, Daniel Genkin, Nadia Heninger, Ahmad Moghimi, and Yuval Yarom for reporting this issue.
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