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Intel Updates NUC BIOS, Raid Soft To Patch High Severity Bugs

Intel Updates NUC BIOS, Raid Soft To Patch High Severity Bugs (Malware and Vulnerabilities)

Intel today released fixes for high-severity issues that allow privilege escalation, denial of service (DoS), and information disclosure on multiple models of its NUC Kits and the RAID Web Console utility for Windows. The bug count weighs heavy for NUC Kits - small-form-factor barebone computer boxes, for which the maker released seven firmware updates, while RAID Web Console 3 (RWC3) utility received only one patch. Flaw in RAID software most sever The privilege escalation glitch in the web-based RAID software was discovered internally by Intel researchers and is the gravest of all the issues Intel addressed in today's advisories. RWC3 is designed for monitoring, analyzing, and configuring functions for RAID products from Intel, so it is typically present on server stations. BIOS updates for 39 NUC Kits All vulnerabilities affecting NUC Kits may allow an attacker to increase their privileges on the system, cause a DoS condition, or obtain information that should otherwise remain protected. Other notable Intel products receiving fixes include the following: Below is the list of Intel NUC Kits that received a firmware update:

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