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CVE-2022-36337

An issue was discovered in Insyde InsydeH2O with kernel 5.0 through 5.5. A stack buffer overflow vulnerability in the MebxConfiguration driver leads to arbitrary code execution. Control of a UEFI variable under the OS can cause this overflow when read by BIOS code.

CVE-2022-35407

An issue was discovered in Insyde InsydeH2O with kernel 5.0 through 5.5. A stack buffer overflow leads to arbitrary code execution in the SetupUtility driver on Intel platforms. An attacker can change the values of certain UEFI variables. If the size of the second variable exceeds the size of the first, then the buffer will be overwritten. This issue affects the SetupUtility driver of InsydeH2O.

CVE-2022-35407

An issue was discovered in Insyde InsydeH2O with kernel 5.0 through 5.5. A stack buffer overflow leads to arbitrary code execution in the SetupUtility driver on Intel platforms. An attacker can change the values of certain UEFI variables. If the size of the second variable exceeds the size of the first, then the buffer will be overwritten. This issue affects the SetupUtility driver of InsydeH2O.

CVE-2022-35897

An stack buffer overflow vulnerability leads to arbitrary code execution issue was discovered in Insyde InsydeH2O with kernel 5.0 through 5.5. If the attacker modifies specific UEFI variables, it can cause a stack overflow, leading to arbitrary code execution. The specific variables are normally locked (read-only) at the OS level and therefore an attack would require direct SPI modification. If an attacker can change the values of at least two variables out of three (SecureBootEnforce, SecureBoot, RestoreBootSettings), it is possible to execute arbitrary code.

CVE-2022-35897

An stack buffer overflow vulnerability leads to arbitrary code execution issue was discovered in Insyde InsydeH2O with kernel 5.0 through 5.5. If the attacker modifies specific UEFI variables, it can cause a stack overflow, leading to arbitrary code execution. The specific variables are normally locked (read-only) at the OS level and therefore an attack would require direct SPI modification. If an attacker can change the values of at least two variables out of three (SecureBootEnforce, SecureBoot, RestoreBootSettings), it is possible to execute arbitrary code.

CVE-2022-29278

Incorrect pointer checks within the NvmExpressDxe driver can allow tampering with SMRAM and OS memory Incorrect pointer checks within the NvmExpressDxe driver can allow tampering with SMRAM and OS memory. This issue was discovered by Insyde during security review. Fixed in: Kernel 5.1: Version 05.17.23 Kernel 5.2: Version 05.27.23 Kernel 5.3: Version 05.36.23 Kernel 5.4: Version 05.44.23 Kernel 5.5: Version 05.52.23 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022061

CVE-2022-29278

Incorrect pointer checks within the NvmExpressDxe driver can allow tampering with SMRAM and OS memory Incorrect pointer checks within the NvmExpressDxe driver can allow tampering with SMRAM and OS memory. This issue was discovered by Insyde during security review. Fixed in: Kernel 5.1: Version 05.17.23 Kernel 5.2: Version 05.27.23 Kernel 5.3: Version 05.36.23 Kernel 5.4: Version 05.44.23 Kernel 5.5: Version 05.52.23 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022061

CVE-2022-29276

SMI functions in AhciBusDxe use untrusted inputs leading to corruption of SMRAM. SMI functions in AhciBusDxe use untrusted inputs leading to corruption of SMRAM. This issue was discovered by Insyde during security review. It was fixed in: Kernel 5.0: version 05.09.18 Kernel 5.1: version 05.17.18 Kernel 5.2: version 05.27.18 Kernel 5.3: version 05.36.18 Kernel 5.4: version 05.44.18 Kernel 5.5: version 05.52.18 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022059

CVE-2022-29279

Use of a untrusted pointer allows tampering with SMRAM and OS memory in SdHostDriver and SdMmcDevice Use of a untrusted pointer allows tampering with SMRAM and OS memory in SdHostDriver and SdMmcDevice. This issue was discovered by Insyde during security review. It was fixed in: Kernel 5.0: version 05.09.17 Kernel 5.1: version 05.17.17 Kernel 5.2: version 05.27.17 Kernel 5.3: version 05.36.17 Kernel 5.4: version 05.44.17 Kernel 5.5: version 05.52.17 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022062

CVE-2022-29279

Use of a untrusted pointer allows tampering with SMRAM and OS memory in SdHostDriver and SdMmcDevice Use of a untrusted pointer allows tampering with SMRAM and OS memory in SdHostDriver and SdMmcDevice. This issue was discovered by Insyde during security review. It was fixed in: Kernel 5.0: version 05.09.17 Kernel 5.1: version 05.17.17 Kernel 5.2: version 05.27.17 Kernel 5.3: version 05.36.17 Kernel 5.4: version 05.44.17 Kernel 5.5: version 05.52.17 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022062

CVE-2022-29279

Use of a untrusted pointer allows tampering with SMRAM and OS memory in SdHostDriver and SdMmcDevice Use of a untrusted pointer allows tampering with SMRAM and OS memory in SdHostDriver and SdMmcDevice. This issue was discovered by Insyde during security review. It was fixed in: Kernel 5.0: version 05.09.17 Kernel 5.1: version 05.17.17 Kernel 5.2: version 05.27.17 Kernel 5.3: version 05.36.17 Kernel 5.4: version 05.44.17 Kernel 5.5: version 05.52.17 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022062

CVE-2022-30283

In UsbCoreDxe, tampering with the contents of the USB working buffer using DMA while certain USB transactions are in process leads to a TOCTOU problem that could be used by an attacker to cause SMRAM corruption and escalation of privileges The UsbCoreDxe module creates a working buffer for USB transactions outside of SMRAM. The code which uses can be inside of SMM, making the working buffer untrusted input. The buffer can be corrupted by DMA transfers. The SMM code code attempts to sanitize pointers to ensure all pointers refer to the working buffer, but when a pointer is not found in the list of pointers to sanitize, the current action is not aborted, leading to undefined behavior. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering based on the general description provided by Intel's iSTARE group. Fixed in: Kernel 5.0: Version 05.09. 21 Kernel 5.1: Version 05.17.21 Kernel 5.2: Version 05.27.21 Kernel 5.3: Version 05.36.21 Kernel 5.4: Version 05.44.21 Kernel 5.5: Version 05.52.21 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022063

CVE-2022-30283

In UsbCoreDxe, tampering with the contents of the USB working buffer using DMA while certain USB transactions are in process leads to a TOCTOU problem that could be used by an attacker to cause SMRAM corruption and escalation of privileges The UsbCoreDxe module creates a working buffer for USB transactions outside of SMRAM. The code which uses can be inside of SMM, making the working buffer untrusted input. The buffer can be corrupted by DMA transfers. The SMM code code attempts to sanitize pointers to ensure all pointers refer to the working buffer, but when a pointer is not found in the list of pointers to sanitize, the current action is not aborted, leading to undefined behavior. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering based on the general description provided by Intel's iSTARE group. Fixed in: Kernel 5.0: Version 05.09. 21 Kernel 5.1: Version 05.17.21 Kernel 5.2: Version 05.27.21 Kernel 5.3: Version 05.36.21 Kernel 5.4: Version 05.44.21 Kernel 5.5: Version 05.52.21 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022063

CVE-2022-30283

In UsbCoreDxe, tampering with the contents of the USB working buffer using DMA while certain USB transactions are in process leads to a TOCTOU problem that could be used by an attacker to cause SMRAM corruption and escalation of privileges The UsbCoreDxe module creates a working buffer for USB transactions outside of SMRAM. The code which uses can be inside of SMM, making the working buffer untrusted input. The buffer can be corrupted by DMA transfers. The SMM code code attempts to sanitize pointers to ensure all pointers refer to the working buffer, but when a pointer is not found in the list of pointers to sanitize, the current action is not aborted, leading to undefined behavior. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering based on the general description provided by Intel's iSTARE group. Fixed in: Kernel 5.0: Version 05.09. 21 Kernel 5.1: Version 05.17.21 Kernel 5.2: Version 05.27.21 Kernel 5.3: Version 05.36.21 Kernel 5.4: Version 05.44.21 Kernel 5.5: Version 05.52.21 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022063

CVE-2022-29275

In UsbCoreDxe, untrusted input may allow SMRAM or OS memory tampering Use of untrusted pointers could allow OS or SMRAM memory tampering leading to escalation of privileges. This issue was discovered by Insyde during security review. It was fixed in: Kernel 5.0: version 05.09.21 Kernel 5.1: version 05.17.21 Kernel 5.2: version 05.27.21 Kernel 5.3: version 05.36.21 Kernel 5.4: version 05.44.21 Kernel 5.5: version 05.52.21 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022058

CVE-2022-29275

In UsbCoreDxe, untrusted input may allow SMRAM or OS memory tampering Use of untrusted pointers could allow OS or SMRAM memory tampering leading to escalation of privileges. This issue was discovered by Insyde during security review. It was fixed in: Kernel 5.0: version 05.09.21 Kernel 5.1: version 05.17.21 Kernel 5.2: version 05.27.21 Kernel 5.3: version 05.36.21 Kernel 5.4: version 05.44.21 Kernel 5.5: version 05.52.21 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022058

CVE-2022-29275

In UsbCoreDxe, untrusted input may allow SMRAM or OS memory tampering Use of untrusted pointers could allow OS or SMRAM memory tampering leading to escalation of privileges. This issue was discovered by Insyde during security review. It was fixed in: Kernel 5.0: version 05.09.21 Kernel 5.1: version 05.17.21 Kernel 5.2: version 05.27.21 Kernel 5.3: version 05.36.21 Kernel 5.4: version 05.44.21 Kernel 5.5: version 05.52.21 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022058

CVE-2022-30772

Manipulation of the input address in PnpSmm function 0x52 could be used by malware to overwrite SMRAM or OS kernel memory. Function 0x52 of the PnpSmm driver is passed the address and size of data to write into the SMBIOS table, but manipulation of the address could be used by malware to overwrite SMRAM or OS kernel memory. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering during a security review. This issue is fixed in: Kernel 5.0: 05.09.41 Kernel 5.1: 05.17.43 Kernel 5.2: 05.27.30 Kernel 5.3: 05.36.30 Kernel 5.4: 05.44.30 Kernel 5.5: 05.52.30 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022065

CVE-2022-30772

Manipulation of the input address in PnpSmm function 0x52 could be used by malware to overwrite SMRAM or OS kernel memory. Function 0x52 of the PnpSmm driver is passed the address and size of data to write into the SMBIOS table, but manipulation of the address could be used by malware to overwrite SMRAM or OS kernel memory. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering during a security review. This issue is fixed in: Kernel 5.0: 05.09.41 Kernel 5.1: 05.17.43 Kernel 5.2: 05.27.30 Kernel 5.3: 05.36.30 Kernel 5.4: 05.44.30 Kernel 5.5: 05.52.30 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022065

CVE-2022-30772

Manipulation of the input address in PnpSmm function 0x52 could be used by malware to overwrite SMRAM or OS kernel memory. Function 0x52 of the PnpSmm driver is passed the address and size of data to write into the SMBIOS table, but manipulation of the address could be used by malware to overwrite SMRAM or OS kernel memory. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering during a security review. This issue is fixed in: Kernel 5.0: 05.09.41 Kernel 5.1: 05.17.43 Kernel 5.2: 05.27.30 Kernel 5.3: 05.36.30 Kernel 5.4: 05.44.30 Kernel 5.5: 05.52.30 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022065

CVE-2022-30771

Initialization function in PnpSmm could lead to SMRAM corruption when using subsequent PNP SMI functions Initialization function in PnpSmm could lead to SMRAM corruption when using subsequent PNP SMI functions. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering during a security review. Fixed in: Kernel 5.1: Version 05.17.25 Kernel 5.2: Version 05.27.25 Kernel 5.3: Version 05.36.25 Kernel 5.4: Version 05.44.25 Kernel 5.5: Version 05.52.25 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022064

CVE-2022-30771

Initialization function in PnpSmm could lead to SMRAM corruption when using subsequent PNP SMI functions Initialization function in PnpSmm could lead to SMRAM corruption when using subsequent PNP SMI functions. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering during a security review. Fixed in: Kernel 5.1: Version 05.17.25 Kernel 5.2: Version 05.27.25 Kernel 5.3: Version 05.36.25 Kernel 5.4: Version 05.44.25 Kernel 5.5: Version 05.52.25 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022064

CVE-2022-30771

Initialization function in PnpSmm could lead to SMRAM corruption when using subsequent PNP SMI functions Initialization function in PnpSmm could lead to SMRAM corruption when using subsequent PNP SMI functions. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering during a security review. Fixed in: Kernel 5.1: Version 05.17.25 Kernel 5.2: Version 05.27.25 Kernel 5.3: Version 05.36.25 Kernel 5.4: Version 05.44.25 Kernel 5.5: Version 05.52.25 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022064

CVE-2022-33986

DMA attacks on the parameter buffer used by the VariableRuntimeDxe software SMI handler could lead to a TOCTOU attack. DMA attacks on the parameter buffer used by the software SMI handler used by the driver VariableRuntimeDxe could lead to a TOCTOU attack on the SMI handler and lead to corruption of SMRAM. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering during a security review. This issue is fixed in Kernel 5.4: 05.44.23 and Kernel 5.5: 05.52.23. CWE-367 CWE-367 Report at: https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022056

CVE-2022-33986

DMA attacks on the parameter buffer used by the VariableRuntimeDxe software SMI handler could lead to a TOCTOU attack. DMA attacks on the parameter buffer used by the software SMI handler used by the driver VariableRuntimeDxe could lead to a TOCTOU attack on the SMI handler and lead to corruption of SMRAM. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering during a security review. This issue is fixed in Kernel 5.4: 05.44.23 and Kernel 5.5: 05.52.23. CWE-367 CWE-367 Report at: https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022056

CVE-2022-33983

DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the NvmExpressLegacy software SMI handler could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the NvmExpressLegacy driver could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering based on the general description provided by Intel's iSTARE group. This issue was fixed in kernel 5.2: 05.27.25, kernel 5.3: 05.36.25, kernel 5.4: 05.44.25, kernel 5.5: 05.52.25 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022053

CVE-2022-33983

DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the NvmExpressLegacy software SMI handler could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the NvmExpressLegacy driver could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering based on the general description provided by Intel's iSTARE group. This issue was fixed in kernel 5.2: 05.27.25, kernel 5.3: 05.36.25, kernel 5.4: 05.44.25, kernel 5.5: 05.52.25 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022053

CVE-2022-33983

DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the NvmExpressLegacy software SMI handler could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the NvmExpressLegacy driver could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering based on the general description provided by Intel's iSTARE group. This issue was fixed in kernel 5.2: 05.27.25, kernel 5.3: 05.36.25, kernel 5.4: 05.44.25, kernel 5.5: 05.52.25 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022053

CVE-2022-33909

DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the HddPassword software SMI handler could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the HddPassword driver could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack..This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering based on the general description provided by Intel's iSTARE group. Fixed in kernel Kernel 5.2: 05.27.23, Kernel 5.3: 05.36.23, Kernel 5.4: 05.44.23, Kernel 5.5: 05.52.23 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022051

CVE-2022-33909

DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the HddPassword software SMI handler could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the HddPassword driver could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack..This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering based on the general description provided by Intel's iSTARE group. Fixed in kernel Kernel 5.2: 05.27.23, Kernel 5.3: 05.36.23, Kernel 5.4: 05.44.23, Kernel 5.5: 05.52.23 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022051

CVE-2022-33909

DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the HddPassword software SMI handler could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the HddPassword driver could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack..This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering based on the general description provided by Intel's iSTARE group. Fixed in kernel Kernel 5.2: 05.27.23, Kernel 5.3: 05.36.23, Kernel 5.4: 05.44.23, Kernel 5.5: 05.52.23 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022051

CVE-2022-33908

DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the SdHostDriver software SMI handler could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the SdHostDriver driver could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering based on the general description provided by Intel's iSTARE group. Fixed in kernel 5.2: 05.27.25, kernel 5.3: 05.36.25, kernel 5.4: 05.44.25, kernel 5.5: 05.52.25 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022050

CVE-2022-33908

DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the SdHostDriver software SMI handler could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the SdHostDriver driver could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering based on the general description provided by Intel's iSTARE group. Fixed in kernel 5.2: 05.27.25, kernel 5.3: 05.36.25, kernel 5.4: 05.44.25, kernel 5.5: 05.52.25 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022050

CVE-2022-33906

DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the FwBlockServiceSmm software SMI handler could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the FwBlockServiceSmm driver could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering based on the general description provided by Intel's iSTARE group. Fixed in kernel 5.2: 05.27.23, 5.3: 05.36.23, 5.4: 05.44.23, 5.5: 05.52.23 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022048

CVE-2022-33906

DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the FwBlockServiceSmm software SMI handler could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the FwBlockServiceSmm driver could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering based on the general description provided by Intel's iSTARE group. Fixed in kernel 5.2: 05.27.23, 5.3: 05.36.23, 5.4: 05.44.23, 5.5: 05.52.23 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022048

CVE-2022-33906

DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the FwBlockServiceSmm software SMI handler could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the FwBlockServiceSmm driver could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering based on the general description provided by Intel's iSTARE group. Fixed in kernel 5.2: 05.27.23, 5.3: 05.36.23, 5.4: 05.44.23, 5.5: 05.52.23 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022048

CVE-2022-33905

DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the AhciBusDxe software SMI handler could cause SMRAM corruption (a TOCTOU attack). DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the AhciBusDxe driver could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering based on the general description provided by Intel's iSTARE group, Fixed in kernel 5.2: 05.27.23, kernel 5.3: 05.36.23, kernel 5.4: 05.44.23, kernel 5.5: 05.52.23 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022047

CVE-2022-33905

DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the AhciBusDxe software SMI handler could cause SMRAM corruption (a TOCTOU attack). DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the AhciBusDxe driver could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering based on the general description provided by Intel's iSTARE group, Fixed in kernel 5.2: 05.27.23, kernel 5.3: 05.36.23, kernel 5.4: 05.44.23, kernel 5.5: 05.52.23 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022047

CVE-2022-33905

DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the AhciBusDxe software SMI handler could cause SMRAM corruption (a TOCTOU attack). DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the AhciBusDxe driver could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering based on the general description provided by Intel's iSTARE group, Fixed in kernel 5.2: 05.27.23, kernel 5.3: 05.36.23, kernel 5.4: 05.44.23, kernel 5.5: 05.52.23 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022047

CVE-2022-32267

DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the SmmResourceCheckDxe software SMI handler cause SMRAM corruption (a TOCTOU attack) DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the SmmResourceCheckDxe driver could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack... This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering. Fixed in kernel Kernel 5.2: 05.27.23. Kernel 5.3: 05.36.23. Kernel 5.4: 05.44.23. Kernel 5.5: 05.52.23 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022046

CVE-2022-32267

DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the SmmResourceCheckDxe software SMI handler cause SMRAM corruption (a TOCTOU attack) DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the SmmResourceCheckDxe driver could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack... This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering. Fixed in kernel Kernel 5.2: 05.27.23. Kernel 5.3: 05.36.23. Kernel 5.4: 05.44.23. Kernel 5.5: 05.52.23 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022046

CVE-2022-32267

DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the SmmResourceCheckDxe software SMI handler cause SMRAM corruption (a TOCTOU attack) DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the SmmResourceCheckDxe driver could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack... This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering. Fixed in kernel Kernel 5.2: 05.27.23. Kernel 5.3: 05.36.23. Kernel 5.4: 05.44.23. Kernel 5.5: 05.52.23 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022046

CVE-2022-31243

Update description and links DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the FvbServicesRuntimeDxe driver could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack.. "DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the FvbServicesRuntimeDxe driver could cause SMRAM corruption. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering based on the general description provided by Intel's iSTARE group. Fixed in Kernel 5.2: 05.27.21. Kernel 5.3: 05.36.21. Kernel 5.4: 05.44.21. Kernel 5.5: 05.52.21 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022044

CVE-2022-31243

Update description and links DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the FvbServicesRuntimeDxe driver could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack.. "DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the FvbServicesRuntimeDxe driver could cause SMRAM corruption. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering based on the general description provided by Intel's iSTARE group. Fixed in Kernel 5.2: 05.27.21. Kernel 5.3: 05.36.21. Kernel 5.4: 05.44.21. Kernel 5.5: 05.52.21 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022044

CVE-2022-30774

DMA attacks on the parameter buffer used by the PnpSmm driver could change the contents after parameter values have been checked but before they are used (a TOCTOU attack) DMA attacks on the parameter buffer used by the PnpSmm driver could change the contents after parameter values have been checked but before they are used (a TOCTOU attack) . This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering during a security review. This iss was fixed in Kernel 5.2: 05.27.29, Kernel 5.3: 05.36.25, Kernel 5.4: 05.44.25, Kernel 5.5: 05.52.25. CWE-367 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022043

CVE-2022-30774

DMA attacks on the parameter buffer used by the PnpSmm driver could change the contents after parameter values have been checked but before they are used (a TOCTOU attack) DMA attacks on the parameter buffer used by the PnpSmm driver could change the contents after parameter values have been checked but before they are used (a TOCTOU attack) . This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering during a security review. This iss was fixed in Kernel 5.2: 05.27.29, Kernel 5.3: 05.36.25, Kernel 5.4: 05.44.25, Kernel 5.5: 05.52.25. CWE-367 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022043

CVE-2022-30774

DMA attacks on the parameter buffer used by the PnpSmm driver could change the contents after parameter values have been checked but before they are used (a TOCTOU attack) DMA attacks on the parameter buffer used by the PnpSmm driver could change the contents after parameter values have been checked but before they are used (a TOCTOU attack) . This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering during a security review. This iss was fixed in Kernel 5.2: 05.27.29, Kernel 5.3: 05.36.25, Kernel 5.4: 05.44.25, Kernel 5.5: 05.52.25. CWE-367 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022043

CVE-2022-33985

DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the NvmExpressDxe software SMI handler could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the NvmExpressDxe driver could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering based on the general description provided by Intel's iSTARE group. This issue was fixed in kernel 5.2: 05.27.25, kernel 5.3: 05.36.25, kernel 5.4: 05.44.25, kernel 5.5: 05.52.25 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022055

CVE-2022-33985

DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the NvmExpressDxe software SMI handler could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the NvmExpressDxe driver could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering based on the general description provided by Intel's iSTARE group. This issue was fixed in kernel 5.2: 05.27.25, kernel 5.3: 05.36.25, kernel 5.4: 05.44.25, kernel 5.5: 05.52.25 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022055

CVE-2022-33985

DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the NvmExpressDxe software SMI handler could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. DMA transactions which are targeted at input buffers used for the software SMI handler used by the NvmExpressDxe driver could cause SMRAM corruption through a TOCTOU attack. This issue was discovered by Insyde engineering based on the general description provided by Intel's iSTARE group. This issue was fixed in kernel 5.2: 05.27.25, kernel 5.3: 05.36.25, kernel 5.4: 05.44.25, kernel 5.5: 05.52.25 https://www.insyde.com/security-pledge/SA-2022055

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