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CVE-2021-38576 A BIOS bug in firmware for a particular PC model leaves the Platform authorization value empty. This can be used to permanently brick the TPM in multiple ways, as well as to non-permanently DoS the system.
CVE-2021-3505 A flaw was found in libtpms in versions before 0.8.0. The TPM 2 implementation returns 2048 bit keys with ~1984 bit strength due to a bug in the TCG specification. The bug is in the key creation algorithm in RsaAdjustPrimeCandidate(), which is called before the prime number check. The highest threat from this vulnerability is to data confidentiality.
CVE-2021-32015 In Nuvoton NPCT75x TPM 1.2 firmware 7.4.0.0, a local authenticated malicious user with high privileges could potentially gain unauthorized access to TPM non-volatile memory. NOTE: Upgrading to firmware version 7.4.0.1 will mitigate against the vulnerability, but version 7.4.0.1 is not TCG or Common Criteria (CC) certified. Nuvoton recommends that users apply the NPCT75x TPM 1.2 firmware update.
CVE-2021-1656 TPM Device Driver Information Disclosure Vulnerability
CVE-2020-8918 An improperly initialized 'migrationAuth' value in Google's go-tpm TPM1.2 library versions prior to 0.3.0 can lead an eavesdropping attacker to discover the auth value for a key created with CreateWrapKey. An attacker listening in on the channel can collect both 'encUsageAuth' and 'encMigrationAuth', and then can calculate 'usageAuth ^ encMigrationAuth' as the 'migrationAuth' can be guessed for all keys created with CreateWrapKey. TPM2.0 is not impacted by this. We recommend updating your library to 0.3.0 or later, or, if you cannot update, to call CreateWrapKey with a random 20-byte value for 'migrationAuth'.
CVE-2020-5851 On impacted versions and platforms the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) system integrity check cannot detect modifications to specific system components. This issue only impacts specific engineering hotfixes and platforms. NOTE: This vulnerability does not affect any of the BIG-IP major, minor or maintenance releases you obtained from downloads.f5.com. The affected Engineering Hotfix builds are as follows: Hotfix-BIGIP-14.1.0.2.0.45.4-ENG Hotfix-BIGIP-14.1.0.2.0.62.4-ENG
CVE-2020-26933 Trusted Computing Group (TCG) Trusted Platform Module Library Family 2.0 Library Specification Revisions 1.38 through 1.59 has Incorrect Access Control during a non-orderly TPM shut-down that uses USE_DA_USED. Improper initialization of this shut-down may result in susceptibility to a dictionary attack.
CVE-2020-12946 Insufficient input validation in PSP firmware for discrete TPM commands could allow a potential loss of integrity and denial of service.
CVE-2020-12926 The Trusted Platform Modules (TPM) reference software may not properly track the number of times a failed shutdown happens. This can leave the TPM in a state where confidential key material in the TPM may be able to be compromised. AMD believes that the attack requires physical access of the device because the power must be repeatedly turned on and off. This potential attack may be used to change confidential information, alter executables signed by key material in the TPM, or create a denial of service of the device.
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-2019-16863 STMicroelectronics ST33TPHF2ESPI TPM devices before 2019-09-12 allow attackers to extract the ECDSA private key via a side-channel timing attack because ECDSA scalar multiplication is mishandled, aka TPM-FAIL.
CVE-2019-1589 A vulnerability in the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) functionality of software for Cisco Nexus 9000 Series Fabric Switches in Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) mode could allow an unauthenticated, local attacker with physical access to view sensitive information on an affected device. The vulnerability is due to a lack of proper data-protection mechanisms for disk encryption keys that are used within the partitions on an affected device hard drive. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by obtaining physical access to the affected device to view certain cleartext keys. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to execute a custom boot process or conduct further attacks on an affected device.
CVE-2018-6686 Authentication Bypass vulnerability in TPM autoboot in McAfee Drive Encryption (MDE) 7.1.0 and above allows physically proximate attackers to bypass local security protection via specific set of circumstances.
CVE-2018-6622 An issue was discovered that affects all producers of BIOS firmware who make a certain realistic interpretation of an obscure portion of the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 specification. An abnormal case is not handled properly by this firmware while S3 sleep and can clear TPM 2.0. It allows local users to overwrite static PCRs of TPM and neutralize the security features of it, such as seal/unseal and remote attestation.
CVE-2017-16837 Certain function pointers in Trusted Boot (tboot) through 1.9.6 are not validated and can cause arbitrary code execution, which allows local users to overwrite dynamic PCRs of Trusted Platform Module (TPM) by hooking these function pointers.
CVE-2017-15361 The Infineon RSA library 1.02.013 in Infineon Trusted Platform Module (TPM) firmware, such as versions before 0000000000000422 - 4.34, before 000000000000062b - 6.43, and before 0000000000008521 - 133.33, mishandles RSA key generation, which makes it easier for attackers to defeat various cryptographic protection mechanisms via targeted attacks, aka ROCA. Examples of affected technologies include BitLocker with TPM 1.2, YubiKey 4 (before 4.3.5) PGP key generation, and the Cached User Data encryption feature in Chrome OS.
CVE-2017-10606 Version 4.40 of the TPM (Trusted Platform Module) firmware on Juniper Networks SRX300 Series has a weakness in generating cryptographic keys that may allow an attacker to decrypt sensitive information in SRX300 Series products. The TPM is used in the SRX300 Series to encrypt sensitive configuration data. While other products also ship with a TPM, no other products or platforms are affected by this vulnerability. Customers can confirm the version of TPM firmware via the 'show security tpm status' command. This issue was discovered by an external security researcher. No other Juniper Networks products or platforms are affected by this issue.
CVE-2014-8669 The SAP Promotion Guidelines (CRM-MKT-MPL-TPM-PPG) module for SAP CRM allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via unspecified vectors.
CVE-2014-0881 The TPM on Integrated Management Module II (IMM2) on IBM Flex System x222 servers with firmware 1.00 through 3.56 allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive key information or cause a denial of service by leveraging an incorrect configuration. IBM X-Force ID: 91146.
CVE-2013-3582 Buffer overflow in Dell BIOS on Dell Latitude D###, E####, XT2, and Z600 devices, and Dell Precision M#### devices, allows local users to bypass intended BIOS signing requirements and install arbitrary BIOS images by leveraging administrative privileges and providing a crafted rbu_packet.pktNum value in conjunction with a crafted rbu_packet.pktSize value.
CVE-2011-1162 The tpm_read function in the Linux kernel 2.6 does not properly clear memory, which might allow local users to read the results of the previous TPM command.
CVE-2011-1160 The tpm_open function in drivers/char/tpm/tpm.c in the Linux kernel before 2.6.39 does not initialize a certain buffer, which allows local users to obtain potentially sensitive information from kernel memory via unspecified vectors.
CVE-2010-4121 ** DISPUTED ** The TCP-to-ODBC gateway in IBM Tivoli Provisioning Manager for OS Deployment 7.1.1.3 does not require authentication for SQL statements, which allows remote attackers to modify, create, or read database records via a session on TCP port 2020. NOTE: the vendor disputes this issue, stating that the "default Microsoft Access database is not password protected because it is intended to be used for evaluation purposes only."
CVE-2008-5686 IBM Tivoli Provisioning Manager (TPM) before 5.1.1.1 IF0006, when its LDAP service is shared with other applications, does not require that an LDAP user be listed in the TPM user records, which allows remote authenticated users to execute SOAP commands that access arbitrary TPM functionality, as demonstrated by running provisioning workflows.
CVE-2007-5559 Heap-based buffer overflow in the IBM ThinkVantage TPM Service allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted HTTP packet. NOTE: as of 20071016, the only disclosure is a vague pre-advisory with no actionable information. However, since it is from a well-known researcher, it is being assigned a CVE identifier for tracking purposes.
  
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