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CVE-2022-40261 An attacker can exploit this vulnerability to elevate privileges from ring 0 to ring -2, execute arbitrary code in System Management Mode - an environment more privileged than operating system (OS) and completely isolated from it. Running arbitrary code in SMM additionally bypasses SMM-based SPI flash protections against modifications, which can help an attacker to install a firmware backdoor/implant into BIOS. Such a malicious firmware code in BIOS could persist across operating system re-installs. Additionally, this vulnerability potentially could be used by malicious actors to bypass security mechanisms provided by UEFI firmware (for example, Secure Boot and some types of memory isolation for hypervisors). This issue affects: Module name: OverClockSmiHandler SHA256: a204699576e1a48ce915d9d9423380c8e4c197003baf9d17e6504f0265f3039c Module GUID: 4698C2BD-A903-410E-AD1F-5EEF3A1AE422
CVE-2022-40250 An attacker can exploit this vulnerability to elevate privileges from ring 0 to ring -2, execute arbitrary code in System Management Mode - an environment more privileged than operating system (OS) and completely isolated from it. Running arbitrary code in SMM additionally bypasses SMM-based SPI flash protections against modifications, which can help an attacker to install a firmware backdoor/implant into BIOS. Such a malicious firmware code in BIOS could persist across operating system re-installs. Additionally, this vulnerability potentially could be used by malicious actors to bypass security mechanisms provided by UEFI firmware (for example, Secure Boot and some types of memory isolation for hypervisors). This issue affects: Module name: SmmSmbiosElog SHA256: 3a8acb4f9bddccb19ec3b22b22ad97963711550f76b27b606461cd5073a93b59 Module GUID: 8e61fd6b-7a8b-404f-b83f-aa90a47cabdf This issue affects: AMI Aptio 5.x. This issue affects: AMI Aptio 5.x.
CVE-2022-36338 An issue was discovered in Insyde InsydeH2O with kernel 5.0 through 5.5. An SMM callout vulnerability in the SMM driver FwBlockServiceSmm, creating SMM, leads to arbitrary code execution. An attacker can replace the pointer to the UEFI boot service GetVariable with a pointer to malware, and then generate a software SMI.
CVE-2022-32295 On Ampere Altra and AltraMax devices before SRP 1.09, the Altra reference design of UEFI accesses allows insecure access to SPI-NOR by the OS/hypervisor component.
CVE-2022-30426 There is a stack buffer overflow vulnerability, which could lead to arbitrary code execution in UEFI DXE driver on some Acer products. An attack could exploit this vulnerability to escalate privilege from ring 3 to ring 0, and hijack control flow during UEFI DXE execution. This affects Altos T110 F3 firmware version <= P13 (latest) and AP130 F2 firmware version <= P04 (latest) and Aspire 1600X firmware version <= P11.A3L (latest) and Aspire 1602M firmware version <= P11.A3L (latest) and Aspire 7600U firmware version <= P11.A4 (latest) and Aspire MC605 firmware version <= P11.A4L (latest) and Aspire TC-105 firmware version <= P12.B0L (latest) and Aspire TC-120 firmware version <= P11-A4 (latest) and Aspire U5-620 firmware version <= P11.A1 (latest) and Aspire X1935 firmware version <= P11.A3L (latest) and Aspire X3475 firmware version <= P11.A3L (latest) and Aspire X3995 firmware version <= P11.A3L (latest) and Aspire XC100 firmware version <= P11.B3 (latest) and Aspire XC600 firmware version <= P11.A4 (latest) and Aspire Z3-615 firmware version <= P11.A2L (latest) and Veriton E430G firmware version <= P21.A1 (latest) and Veriton B630_49 firmware version <= AAP02SR (latest) and Veriton E430 firmware version <= P11.A4 (latest) and Veriton M2110G firmware version <= P21.A3 (latest) and Veriton M2120G fir.
CVE-2021-42059 An issue was discovered in Insyde InsydeH2O Kernel 5.0 before 05.08.41, Kernel 5.1 before 05.16.41, Kernel 5.2 before 05.26.41, Kernel 5.3 before 05.35.41, and Kernel 5.4 before 05.42.20. A stack-based buffer overflow leads toarbitrary code execution in UEFI DisplayTypeDxe DXE driver.
CVE-2021-39301 Potential vulnerabilities have been identified in UEFI firmware (BIOS) for some PC products which may allow escalation of privilege and arbitrary code execution.
CVE-2021-39300 Potential vulnerabilities have been identified in UEFI firmware (BIOS) for some PC products which may allow escalation of privilege and arbitrary code execution.
CVE-2021-39299 Potential vulnerabilities have been identified in UEFI firmware (BIOS) for some PC products which may allow escalation of privilege and arbitrary code execution.
CVE-2021-39298 A potential vulnerability in AMD System Management Mode (SMM) interrupt handler may allow an attacker with high privileges to access the SMM resulting in arbitrary code execution which could be used by malicious actors to bypass security mechanisms provided in the UEFI firmware.
CVE-2021-39297 Potential vulnerabilities have been identified in UEFI firmware (BIOS) for some PC products which may allow escalation of privilege and arbitrary code execution.
CVE-2021-33115 Improper input validation for some Intel(R) PROSet/Wireless WiFi in UEFI may allow an unauthenticated user to potentially enable escalation of privilege via adjacent access.
CVE-2021-28178 The UEFI configuration function in ASUS BMC&#8217;s firmware Web management page does not verify the string length entered by users, resulting in a Buffer overflow vulnerability. As obtaining the privileged permission, remote attackers use the leakage to abnormally terminate the Web service.
CVE-2021-21574 Dell BIOSConnect feature contains a buffer overflow vulnerability. An authenticated malicious admin user with local access to the system may potentially exploit this vulnerability to run arbitrary code and bypass UEFI restrictions.
CVE-2021-21573 Dell BIOSConnect feature contains a buffer overflow vulnerability. An authenticated malicious admin user with local access to the system may potentially exploit this vulnerability to run arbitrary code and bypass UEFI restrictions.
CVE-2021-21572 Dell BIOSConnect feature contains a buffer overflow vulnerability. An authenticated malicious admin user with local access to the system may potentially exploit this vulnerability to run arbitrary code and bypass UEFI restrictions.
CVE-2021-21571 Dell UEFI BIOS https stack leveraged by the Dell BIOSConnect feature and Dell HTTPS Boot feature contains an improper certificate validation vulnerability. A remote unauthenticated attacker may exploit this vulnerability using a person-in-the-middle attack which may lead to a denial of service and payload tampering.
CVE-2021-21556 Dell PowerEdge R640, R740, R740XD, R840, R940, R940xa, MX740c, MX840c, and T640 Server BIOS contain a stack-based buffer overflow vulnerability in systems with NVDIMM-N installed. A local malicious user with high privileges may potentially exploit this vulnerability, leading to a denial of Service, arbitrary code execution, or information disclosure in UEFI or BIOS Preboot Environment.
CVE-2021-21555 Dell PowerEdge R640, R740, R740XD, R840, R940, R940xa, MX740c, MX840c, and T640 Server BIOS contain a heap-based buffer overflow vulnerability in systems with NVDIMM-N installed. A local malicious user with high privileges may potentially exploit this vulnerability, leading to a denial of Service, arbitrary code execution, or information disclosure in UEFI or BIOS Preboot Environment.
CVE-2021-21554 Dell PowerEdge R640, R740, R740XD, R840, R940, R940xa, MX740c, MX840c, and, Dell Precision 7920 Rack Workstation BIOS contain a stack-based buffer overflow vulnerability in systems with Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory installed. A local malicious user with high privileges may potentially exploit this vulnerability, leading to a denial of Service, arbitrary code execution, or information disclosure in UEFI or BIOS Preboot Environment.
CVE-2021-1398 A vulnerability in the boot logic of Cisco IOS XE Software could allow an authenticated, local attacker with level 15 privileges or an unauthenticated attacker with physical access to execute arbitrary code on the underlying Linux operating system of an affected device. This vulnerability is due to incorrect validations of specific function arguments that are passed to the boot script. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by tampering with a specific file, which an affected device would process during the initial boot process. On systems that are protected by the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) secure boot feature, a successful exploit could allow the attacker to execute unsigned code at boot time and bypass the image verification check in the secure boot process of the affected device.
CVE-2021-0071 Improper input validation in firmware for some Intel(R) PROSet/Wireless WiFi in UEFI may allow an unauthenticated user to potentially enable escalation of privilege via adjacent access.
CVE-2020-8332 A potential vulnerability in the SMI callback function used in the legacy BIOS mode USB drivers in some legacy Lenovo and IBM System x servers may allow arbitrary code execution. Servers operating in UEFI mode are not affected.
CVE-2020-5953 A vulnerability exists in System Management Interrupt (SWSMI) handler of InsydeH2O UEFI Firmware code located in SWSMI handler that dereferences gRT (EFI_RUNTIME_SERVICES) pointer to call a GetVariable service, which is located outside of SMRAM. This can result in code execution in SMM (escalating privilege from ring 0 to ring -2).
CVE-2020-5379 Dell Inspiron 7352 BIOS versions prior to A12 contain a UEFI BIOS Boot Services overwrite vulnerability. A local attacker with access to system memory may exploit this vulnerability by overwriting the EFI_BOOT_SERVICES structure to execute arbitrary code in System Management Mode (SMM).
CVE-2020-5378 Dell G7 17 7790 BIOS versions prior to 1.13.2 contain a UEFI BIOS Boot Services overwrite vulnerability. A local attacker with access to system memory may exploit this vulnerability by overwriting the EFI_BOOT_SERVICES structure to execute arbitrary code in System Management Mode (SMM).
CVE-2020-5376 Dell Inspiron 7347 BIOS versions prior to A13 contain a UEFI BIOS Boot Services overwrite vulnerability. A local attacker with access to system memory may exploit this vulnerability by overwriting the EFI_BOOT_SERVICES structure to execute arbitrary code in System Management Mode (SMM).
CVE-2020-26200 A component of Kaspersky custom boot loader allowed loading of untrusted UEFI modules due to insufficient check of their authenticity. This component is incorporated in Kaspersky Rescue Disk (KRD) and was trusted by the Authentication Agent of Full Disk Encryption in Kaspersky Endpoint Security (KES). This issue allowed to bypass the UEFI Secure Boot security feature. An attacker would need physical access to the computer to exploit it. Otherwise, local administrator privileges would be required to modify the boot loader component.
CVE-2020-26186 Dell Inspiron 5675 BIOS versions prior to 1.4.1 contain a UEFI BIOS RuntimeServices overwrite vulnerability. A local attacker with access to system memory may exploit this vulnerability by overwriting the RuntimeServices structure to execute arbitrary code in System Management Mode (SMM).
CVE-2020-16910 A security feature bypass vulnerability exists when Microsoft Windows fails to handle file creation permissions, which could allow an attacker to create files in a protected Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) location.To exploit this vulnerability, an attacker could run a specially crafted application to bypass Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) variable security in Windows.The security update addresses the vulnerability by correcting security feature behavior to enforce permissions., aka 'Windows Security Feature Bypass Vulnerability'.
CVE-2020-15780 An issue was discovered in drivers/acpi/acpi_configfs.c in the Linux kernel before 5.7.7. Injection of malicious ACPI tables via configfs could be used by attackers to bypass lockdown and secure boot restrictions, aka CID-75b0cea7bf30.
CVE-2020-15707 Integer overflows were discovered in the functions grub_cmd_initrd and grub_initrd_init in the efilinux component of GRUB2, as shipped in Debian, Red Hat, and Ubuntu (the functionality is not included in GRUB2 upstream), leading to a heap-based buffer overflow. These could be triggered by an extremely large number of arguments to the initrd command on 32-bit architectures, or a crafted filesystem with very large files on any architecture. An attacker could use this to execute arbitrary code and bypass UEFI Secure Boot restrictions. This issue affects GRUB2 version 2.04 and prior versions.
CVE-2019-6322 HP has identified a security vulnerability with some versions of Workstation BIOS (UEFI Firmware) where the runtime BIOS code could be tampered with if the TPM is disabled. This vulnerability relates to Workstations whose TPM is enabled by default.
CVE-2019-6321 HP has identified a security vulnerability with some versions of Workstation BIOS (UEFI Firmware) where the runtime BIOS code could be tampered with if the TPM is disabled. This vulnerability relates to Workstations whose TPM is disabled by default.
CVE-2019-20908 An issue was discovered in drivers/firmware/efi/efi.c in the Linux kernel before 5.4. Incorrect access permissions for the efivar_ssdt ACPI variable could be used by attackers to bypass lockdown or secure boot restrictions, aka CID-1957a85b0032.
CVE-2019-18913 A potential security vulnerability with pre-boot DMA may allow unauthorized UEFI code execution using open-case attacks. This industry-wide issue requires physically accessing internal expansion slots with specialized hardware and software tools to modify UEFI code in memory. This affects HP Intel-based Business PCs that support Microsoft Windows 10 Kernel DMA protection. Affected versions depend on platform (prior to 01.04.02; or prior to 02.04.01; or prior to 02.04.02).
CVE-2019-18279 In Phoenix SCT WinFlash 1.1.12.0 through 1.5.74.0, the included drivers could be used by a malicious Windows application to gain elevated privileges. Adverse impacts are limited to the Windows environment and there is no known direct impact to the UEFI firmware. This was fixed in late June 2019.
CVE-2019-1736 A vulnerability in the firmware of the Cisco UCS C-Series Rack Servers could allow an authenticated, physical attacker to bypass Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) Secure Boot validation checks and load a compromised software image on an affected device. The vulnerability is due to improper validation of the server firmware upgrade images. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by installing a server firmware version that would allow the attacker to disable UEFI Secure Boot. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to bypass the signature validation checks that are done by UEFI Secure Boot technology and load a compromised software image on the affected device. A compromised software image is any software image that has not been digitally signed by Cisco.
CVE-2018-3652 Existing UEFI setting restrictions for DCI (Direct Connect Interface) in 5th and 6th generation Intel Xeon Processor E3 Family, Intel Xeon Scalable processors, and Intel Xeon Processor D Family allows a limited physical presence attacker to potentially access platform secrets via debug interfaces.
CVE-2018-18653 The Linux kernel, as used in Ubuntu 18.10 and when booted with UEFI Secure Boot enabled, allows privileged local users to bypass intended Secure Boot restrictions and execute untrusted code by loading arbitrary kernel modules. This occurs because a modified kernel/module.c, in conjunction with certain configuration options, leads to mishandling of the result of signature verification.
CVE-2017-9457 Intense PC Phoenix SecureCore UEFI firmware does not perform capsule signature validation before upgrading the system firmware. The absence of signature validation allows an attacker with administrator privileges to flash a modified UEFI BIOS.
CVE-2017-5699 Input validation error in Intel MinnowBoard 3 Firmware versions prior to 0.65 allow local attacker to cause denial of service via UEFI APIs.
CVE-2017-3775 Some Lenovo System x server BIOS/UEFI versions, when Secure Boot mode is enabled by a system administrator, do not properly authenticate signed code before booting it. As a result, an attacker with physical access to the system could boot unsigned code.
CVE-2017-3771 System boot process is not adequately secured In Lenovo E95 and ThinkCentre M710s/M710t because systems were shipped from factory without completing BIOS/UEFI initialization process.
CVE-2017-3753 A vulnerability has been identified in some Lenovo products that use UEFI (BIOS) code developed by American Megatrends, Inc. (AMI). With this vulnerability, conditions exist where an attacker with administrative privileges or physical access to a system may be able to run specially crafted code that can allow them to bypass system protections such as Device Guard and Hyper-V.
CVE-2017-3198 GIGABYTE BRIX UEFI firmware does not cryptographically validate images prior to updating the system firmware. Additionally, the firmware updates are served over HTTP. An attacker can make arbitrary modifications to firmware images without being detected.
CVE-2017-3197 GIGABYTE BRIX UEFI firmware for the GB-BSi7H-6500 (version F6) and GB-BXi7-5775 (version F2) platforms does not securely implement BIOSWE, BLE, SMM_BWP, and PRx features. As a result, the BIOS is not protected from arbitrary write access and may permit modifications to the SPI flash.
CVE-2016-8226 The BIOS in Lenovo System X M5, M6, and X6 systems allows administrators to cause a denial of service via updating a UEFI data structure.
CVE-2016-3699 The Linux kernel, as used in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.2 and Red Hat Enterprise MRG 2 and when booted with UEFI Secure Boot enabled, allows local users to bypass intended Secure Boot restrictions and execute untrusted code by appending ACPI tables to the initrd.
CVE-2015-7837 The Linux kernel, as used in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, kernel-rt, and Enterprise MRG 2 and when booted with UEFI Secure Boot enabled, allows local users to bypass intended securelevel/secureboot restrictions by leveraging improper handling of secure_boot flag across kexec reboot.
CVE-2015-5281 The grub2 package before 2.02-0.29 in Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 7, when used on UEFI systems, allows local users to bypass intended Secure Boot restrictions and execute non-verified code via a crafted (1) multiboot or (2) multiboot2 module in the configuration file or physically proximate attackers to bypass intended Secure Boot restrictions and execute non-verified code via the (3) boot menu.
CVE-2015-2890 The BIOS implementation on Dell Latitude, OptiPlex, Precision Mobile Workstation, and Precision Workstation Client Solutions (CS) devices with model-dependent firmware before A21 does not enforce a BIOS_CNTL locking protection mechanism upon being woken from sleep, which allows local users to conduct EFI flash attacks by leveraging console access, a similar issue to CVE-2015-3692.
CVE-2014-8271 Buffer overflow in the Reclaim function in Tianocore EDK2 before SVN 16280 allows physically proximate attackers to gain privileges via a long variable name.
CVE-2014-4860 Multiple integer overflows in the Pre-EFI Initialization (PEI) boot phase in the Capsule Update feature in the UEFI implementation in EDK2 allow physically proximate attackers to bypass intended access restrictions by providing crafted data that is not properly handled during the coalescing phase.
CVE-2014-4859 Integer overflow in the Drive Execution Environment (DXE) phase in the Capsule Update feature in the UEFI implementation in EDK2 allows physically proximate attackers to bypass intended access restrictions via crafted data.
CVE-2014-4768 IBM Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) on Flex System x880 X6, System x3850 X6, and System x3950 X6 devices allows remote authenticated users to cause an unspecified temporary denial of service by using privileged access to enable a legacy boot mode.
CVE-2014-3676 Heap-based buffer overflow in Shim allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted IPv6 address, related to the "tftp:// DHCPv6 boot option."
CVE-2012-5218 HP ElitePad 900 PCs with BIOS F.0x before F.01 Update 1.0.0.8 do not enable the Secure Boot feature, which allows local users to bypass intended BIOS restrictions and boot unintended operating systems via unspecified vectors.
  
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