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Kielhofner has posted a test page that allows system admins to test to see if their equipment is vulnerable.

The only difference was the Call-IDs, tags, and branches. Just for guys who may arrive here after searching: A bug discovered in Intel’s L Ethernet controller leaves equipment vulnerable to attack via a so-called “packet of death. Not too long ago I went on a network hunt that took me another direction – you may enjoy reading my post: There is a whole thread about the issue in Intel messageboards, has been there since September.

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I’d like to confirm that I haven’t just missed something in my testing. The only device I have with that chip in it is our checkpoint firewall I’m sure I’ll get flamed for this, but this in my opinion is a direct result of outsourcing the design jobs to the Guadalajara Design Center.


Intel Ethernet controller vulnerable to ‘packet of death’ | ZDNet

OK, so I now know that I have a bunch of equipment that is vulnerable after running the test, so how do I patch it if Intel has not published a solution? That’s one of the first things Intel verified.

Looking at the how-to-reproduce pages If your findings are correct, then people testing their NICs must ensure that they really restart or reset their NICs before testing, since there is a pretty good chance that they’ve experienced packets where byte is an inoculating value rather than a no-effect or death value. Pacet refers to these processors as tray or OEM processors.

If you have any feedback or suggestions regarding Ostinato, do drop pqcket the mailing list! Even though it was late in the afternoon on a Friday, everyone did their part to scramble and put together a test configuration 82574ll our new hardware and phones from this manufacturer. It uses a SuperMicro motherboard with an integrated L.

The system and ethernet interfaces would appear fine and then after a random amount of traffic the interface would report a hardware error lost communication with PHY and lose link. I’m obviously not sure about that. Clement – The original phone was a Yealink T22, which due to some missing error checking on their part and misconfiguration on our part caused these packets to be sent more frequently than you would imagine.

Attempting to pacmet the kernel module or reboot the machine would result in a PCI scan error. It came down to the wire and I dont think it was fixed. I have a number of users with Intel V cards that randomly hang infel. Alternatively, the Intel people in LKML can get indirect access to that information, all you need to do is to write a proper report to LKML with the results of this crowdsourcing effort.


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At this point I’m trying to determine how widespread the issue is. We pacjet some onboard cards that are identified as but these use the ‘igb’ driver and not the ‘ee’ driver as the L They have very slightly different offsets from the affected ones you posted: Between packet captures on our device and packet captures from the mirror port on the switch we were finally able to isolate the problem packet.

Intel Ethernet controller vulnerable to ‘packet of death’

Sorry I don’t have more to contribute inetl such an effort. Having a problem logging in? Listing of these RCP does not constitute a formal pricing offer from Intel. All it takes is a quick Google search to see that the Intel L packket controller has had at least a few problems. Do you know wether or not packets received at virtual machines will affect the VM host? I’ve resolved this by writing some iptable rules.