News | Intel TEE Vulnerability CVE-2020–0548/0549 Has Been Fixed

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According to Intel official, Intel has released a microcode patch on June 9 to fix the cache leak vulnerability (CVE-2020–0548/0549), a so-called vulnerability that can be exploited to leak sensitive data. Phala Network team has tested and confirmed that the unupgraded Intel SGX hardware has been revoked and required to upgrade to pass the remote verification.

Phala team has been tracking this CVE vulnerability since January 2020. It is reported that the vulnerability was submitted to Intel by VMWare in November, jointly published in January, and fixed by June 9. No TEE-based project or product was affected by security issues.

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