Intel® Bug Bounty Program
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 service, we encourage you to notify us through our program and work with us to mitigate and to coordinate the disclosure of the vulnerability to minimize the risk that exploitable information becomes publicly known before mitigations are available. Read full details.
|Advisories provide fixes or workarounds for vulnerabilities identified with Intel products.|
|Latest Advisories||Last Updated|
|Speculative Execution and Indirect Branch Prediction Side Channel Analysis Method||2/20/2018 2:10:41 PM|
|Intel Q3’17 ME 6.x/7.x/8.x/9.x/10.x/11.x, SPS 4.0, and TXE 3.0 Security Review Cumulative Update||2/7/2018 1:08:16 PM|
|Type Confusion in Content Protection HECI Service in Intel® Graphics Driver allows unprivileged user to elevate privileges via local access||2/7/2018 1:03:23 PM|
|Pointer dereference in subsystem in Intel(R) Graphics Driver allows unprivileged user to elevate privileges via local access||1/31/2018 10:02:46 AM|
|Untrusted search path in Intel Graphics Driver allows unprivileged user to elevate privileges via local access||1/16/2018 3:05:22 PM|
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