AMD 'Zenbleed' Bug Leaks Data From Zen 2 Ryzen, EPYC CPUs: Most Patches Coming Q4
AMD has responded with key details and published a security advisory with the expected dates for new firmwares, many of which don't arrive until the end of the year
Flaw in AMD Zen 2 chips allows threat actors to exfiltrate encryption keys
And here's a recent Linus Torvalds rant about the state of AMD on what I believe is a different issue.
I'm pretty sure I saw an AMD microcode patch coming in within a few days of this on Mint, so I assume it was for linux in general.
AMD has patches ready for its EPYC 7002 'Rome' processors now, but it will not patch its consumer Zen 2 Ryzen 3000, 4000, and some 5000-series chips until November and December of this year. AMD's processors used in the PS5, Xbox Series X and S, and Steam Deck are all also powered by Zen 2 chips, but it remains unclear if those are impacted. We're following up for more details. We have added details further below about mitigation schedules.