AMD Discloses 50 Security Holes Influencing EPYC CPUs, Radeon Drivers

AMD published three stability bulletins yesterday addressing the stability vulnerabilities influencing its EPYC processors and the Radeon graphics driver for Home windows 10. Though numerous are marked Substantial severity, they are mitigated with a driver update and AGESA deals.

The chipmaker exposed 22 potential vulnerabilities that have an impact on a few generations of EPYC processors: EPYC 7001 (Naples), EPYC 7002 (Rome) and EPYC 7003 (Milan). The exploits especially focus on the AMD System Security Processor (PSP), AMD Method Administration Unit (SMU), AMD Protected Encrypted Virtualization (SEV) and other platform components.