The latest security information on Intel® products.
Intel® Product Security Announcements
Intel is focused on ensuring the security of our customers computing environments. We are committed to rapidly addressing issues as they arise, and providing recommendations through security advisories and security announcements.
|OpenSSL Vulnerabilities||2022-12-09.001||December 9, 2022|
|Trojan Source attacks||2022-08-25.001||August 25, 2022|
|Apache Log4j2 Vulnerabilities||2021-12-14.001||December 14, 2021|
Intel® Product Security Center Advisories
Intel is focused on ensuring the security of our customers computing environments. We are committed to rapidly addressing issues as they arise, and providing recommendations through security advisories and security notices.
Security advisories are fixes or workarounds for vulnerabilities identified with Intel products.
Report a Vulnerability
If you have information about a security issue or vulnerability with an Intel branded product or technology, please send an e-mail to email@example.com. Encrypt sensitive information using our PGP public key.
Please provide as much information as possible, including:
- The products and versions affected
- Detailed description of the vulnerability
- Information on known exploits
A member of the Intel Product Security Team will review your e-mail and contact you to collaborate on resolving the issue. For more information on how Intel works to resolve security issues, see:
For issues related to Intel's external web presence (Intel.com and related subdomains), please contact Intel's External Security Research team.
Intel® Bug Bounty Program
We are excited to announce that Intel is transitioning bug bounty vulnerability management to Intigriti (https://www.intigriti.com/) as of December 6, 2021! Intel will no longer accept NEW submissions on the HackerOne Platform after December 13, 2021. We are excited to partner with a new organization across industry to support our hackers and researchers.
Intel Corporation believes that working with skilled security researchers across the globe is a crucial part of identifying and mitigating security vulnerabilities in Intel products.
Like other major technology companies, Intel incentivizes security researchers to report security vulnerabilities in Intel products to us to enable a coordinated response. To encourage closer collaboration with the security research community on these kinds of issues, Intel created its Bug Bounty Program.
If you believe you've found a security vulnerability in an Intel product or technology, we encourage you to notify us through our program and work with us to mitigate and to coordinate disclosure of the vulnerability.
Intel® Bug Bounty Program Terms
Watch this video, So You Found a Vulnerability, to find out what you can expect when participating in the Intel® Bug Bounty Program.
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