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    for the record , i update the bios to asus maximus xii formula to 2601 all good (bad news is i have to settup all to my tasted , fans curve , turnoff asus armoury , turn off aura/led etc.. no OC , only turn on again the XMP profile beacuse after you update bios all reset to factory , just after the bios update 1 bootlop and turn display and all good , i forget before update the bios asus recommended to press F5 and set all default before bios update , but thanks god nothing bad hapenned during bios update and the PC work stable normal like the old version bios 2403), but i using the firmware of the official driver of asus version Intel ME
    Version 14.1.53.1649V1.1

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    so idk why you guys updating the firmware if it NOT neccesary , why fixed if it no broken ?
    Last edited by Yuniel; 06-24-2022 at 09:03 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuniel View Post
    for the record , i update the bios to asus maximus xii formula to 2601 all good (bad news is i have to settup all to my tasted , fans curve , turnoff asus armoury , turn off aura/led etc.. no OC , only turn on again the XMP profile beacuse after you update bios all reset to factory , just after the bios update 1 bootlop and turn display and all good , i forget before update the bios asus recommended to press F5 and set all default before bios update , but thanks god nothing bad hapenned during bios update and the PC work stable normal like the old version bios 2403), but i using the firmware of the official driver of asus version Intel ME
    Version 14.1.53.1649V1.1

    and using intel tool say

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    so idk why you guys updating the firmware if it NOT neccesary , why fixed if it no broken ?

    That is a very old version of the Intel CSME detection tool you are using. The current one is 7.0.1.0 (there may be even newer, I did not check). To check against newer vulnerabilities, you have to keep the Intel tool updated. Your ME firmware version is vulnerable against one or more known security vulnerabilities.

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    Having said that a lot o the Management Engine vulnerabilities require physical access to the computer in order to exploit them. These are of low risk to most users.
    Last edited by geneo; 06-25-2022 at 01:34 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geneo View Post
    That is a very old version of the Intel CSME detection tool you are using. The current one is 7.0.1.0 (there may be even newer, I did not check). To check against newer vulnerabilities, you have to keep the Intel tool updated. Your ME firmware version is vulnerable against one or more known security vulnerabilities.

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    Having said that a lot o the Management Engine vulnerabilities require physical access to the computer in order to exploit them. These are of low risk to most users.

    i see i download intel tool new version and say in red is vulnerable , now the real question is , should i update the firmware ?
    wich one of this i have to click and install
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    the computer will be restart automatically , or should i restart , or should i turn off the pc wait a min and turn on again ?
    or should i no install the firmware maybe cause bootlot , what do you recommened to me pls

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuniel View Post
    i see i download intel tool new version and say in red is vulnerable , now the real question is , should i update the firmware ?
    wich one of this i have to click and install
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    the computer will be restart automatically , or should i restart , or should i turn off the pc wait a min and turn on again ?
    or should i no install the firmware maybe cause bootlot , what do you recommened to me pls

    I wouldn't update. The latest version in this post is faulty and you can't go back once you've flashed it. It will make some settings unavailable on your board, like BCLK, Max core Temp and possibly others. It is unlikely that the vulnerabilities will be exploited. A number require physical access to your machine.
    Last edited by geneo; 06-25-2022 at 05:27 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geneo View Post
    I wouldn't update. The latest version in this post is faulty and you can't go back once you've flashed it. It will make some settings unavailable on your board, like BCLK, Max core Temp and possibly others. It is unlikely that the vulnerabilities will be exploited. A number require physical access to your machine.
    alright thanks for your honest opinion mate , i will stay from the lastest from original page , yes i read in 1 hour aloot people with problem bootloop , cant acces bios etc.. if my computer running stable i only enable xmp 3600 for the ram and all work good with last bios 2601 , i will stay with the ME with the version
    Intel ME
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    https://rog.asus.com/us/motherboards.../helpdesk_bios

    unless asus on the oficial page posted new ME firmware i will no touch anything

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    So...why are you here, exactly ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ataemonus View Post
    So...why are you here, exactly ?
    well asking for advised / help if update the ME from what post here (link for download from mega.nz in the forum the user MoKiChU), or stay with the version on the official page of the motherboard , beacuse the intel version detection tool say my machine is vulnerable , so idk if the firmware of MoKiChU are official from asus or no and if it worth to update or no beacuse of problem with bootloop surrounded is a curse basically what i see about z490 if the bios , if the firmware , if the bootloop , is basically terror / horror what you can read here in the forum people rollback the bios in order to the machine to work
    https://rog.asus.com/us/motherboards.../helpdesk_bios

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuniel View Post
    well asking for advised / help if update the ME from what post here (link for download from mega.nz in the forum the user MoKiChU), or stay with the version on the official page of the motherboard , beacuse the intel version detection tool say my machine is vulnerable , so idk if the firmware of MoKiChU are official from asus or no and if it worth to update or no beacuse of problem with bootloop surrounded is a curse basically what i see about z490 if the bios , if the firmware , if the bootloop , is basically terror / horror what you can read here in the forum people rollback the bios in order to the machine to work
    https://rog.asus.com/us/motherboards.../helpdesk_bios
    They are not official from Asus nor are from Asus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geneo View Post
    They are not official from Asus nor are from Asus.
    ahhh , thanks for the tip , what what i will do i mention before only download from asus official page firmwares and bios

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    In general, I also caught a cyclic reboot with the asus z490 APEX and intel i9-11900k. everything works with the 10850k, as I understand it, except by replacing the motherboard, I won't get rid of it? Or wait for the new ME firmware? How often do they go out?

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