Early last month, Intel admitted to a severe vulnerability in its Active Management Technology (AMT) software that is embedded in many of its processors and chipsets. The company has supplied a fix and also a tool to identify those PCs susceptible to the flaw.
But many customers of Surface devices have waited for guidance from Microsoft. Microsoft has now issued the following statement…
Devices in the Surface lineup are not vulnerable to this exploit and no action is required on the part administrators or users
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