A shell script to tell if your system is vulnerable against the several "speculative execution" CVEs that were made public in 2018. For Linux systems, the script will detect mitigations, including backported non-vanilla patches, regardless of the advertised kernel version number and the distribution (such as Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS, RHEL, Fedora, openSUSE, Arch, ...), it also works if you've compiled your own kernel.mitigation kernel meltdown spectre cve-2017-5753 cve-2017-5715 cve-2017-5754 freebsd netbsd dragonflybsd cve-2018-3640 cve-2018-3639 foreshadow cve-2018-3615 cve-2018-3620 cve-2018-3646
This repository provides content for aiding DoD administrators in verifying systems have applied and enabled mitigations for hardware and firmware vulnerabilities such as side-channel and UEFI vulnerabilities. The repository is a companion to NSA Cybersecurity Advisories such as Vulnerabilities Affecting Modern Processors. This repository is updated as new information, research, strategies, and guidance are developed. The following mitigations generally apply to all systems. For specific steps for a particular operating system or vendor product, consult detailed instructions and strategies at Specific Guidance.audit vulnerability cve nessus spectre guidance meltdown cve-2017-5754 cve-2017-5715 cve-2017-5753 cve-2018-3640 cve-2018-3639 cve-2018-3693 cve-2018-3665
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