I got this message from the INTEL-SA-00075 Detection and Mitigation Tool:
What can I do, please?!
Based on the analysis performed by this tool, this system is vulnerable.
The detected version of the Management Engine firmware is considered vulnerable for INTEL-SA-00075.
If Vulnerable, contact your OEM for support and remediation of this system.
For more information, refer to CVE-2017-5689 in the following link: CVE-2017-5689
or the Intel security advisory Intel-SA-00075 in the following link: INTEL-SA-00075
INTEL-SA-00075 Detection Tool
Application Version: 188.8.131.52
Scan date: 2017-06-07 09:07:37
Host Computer Information
Manufacturer: Dell Inc.
Model: Precision M6600
Processor Name: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2720QM CPU @ 2.20GHz
Windows Version: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
SKU: Intel(R) Full AMT Manageability
Provisioning Mode: Not Provisioned
Control Mode: None
Is CCM Disabled: False
Driver installation found: True
EHBC Enabled: False
LMS service state: Running
microLMS service state: NotPresent
You got that message because of the ME Firmware vulnerability. This is described here in detail.
We are planning an bios update for this unit. Please check this whitepaper for more details.
Normaly the command should remove the check of the ac adapter and not the batterry like I told before. :( Can you please try it with "/forceit" - hopefully that will work.
thanks for your reply!
Is it possible to install the Bios-Update without a battery?
Diretctly from the Bios or with an USB-Stick?
My battery is broken and when I start the Update this message appears:
The AC adapter and battery must be plugged in before the system BIOS can be flashed.
Yes its possible. You need to open the console (CMD) with admin rights. Than type: bios executale and try it witth "/force" or "/forcetype" (e.g. bios.exe /force). This command should ignore the ac adapter and battery check before the update process.
Thanks and Greetings
Now i get the message:
"Error: Invalide Command Line.
Please verify the program was executed properly."
I started the console with admin-rights ...
Thanks a lot ...
perfect :) thanks for your feedback!