On May 1, 2017, Intel published security advisory Intel-SA-00075 regarding a critical firmware vulnerability in certain systems that use Intel® Active Management Technology (Intel® AMT), Intel® Standard Manageability, or Intel® Small Business Technology (Intel® SBT). The vulnerability could enable a network attacker to remotely gain access to business PCs or devices that use these technologies. Consumer PCs with consumer firmware and data center servers using Intel® Server Platform Services are not affected by this vulnerability.
You can find the most recent official information on this issue at Intel® AMT Critical Firmware Vulnerability.
Resources for Windows* users
- Intel-SA-00075 Detection and Mitigation Tool Guide (PDF)
- Intel-SA-00075 Detection and Mitigation Tool
Resources for Linux* users
- Intel-SA-00075 Network Administrator Detection and Mitigation Guide (PDF)
- Intel-SA-00075 Firmware Deployment Procedure Guidance (PDF)
If you need further assistance, contact Intel Customer Support to submit an online service request.
From the Technologies section, select Intel® Active Management Technology (Intel® AMT) for a list of support options as shown in the screenshot below.