Updating intel chipset
These insecure management features have been available in various, but not all, Intel chipsets for nearly a decade, starting with 2010's Intel Q57 family, all the way up to this year's Kaby Lake Core parts.
Crucially, the vulnerability lies at the very heart of a machine's silicon, out of sight of the operating system, its applications and any antivirus.
Name changes: Intel Chipset Device Software is the new name for the Intel Chipset Software Installation Utility; this name will be seen when running the installation package.
If the Intel® Chipset Software Installation Utility is required for your system, it should be installed immediately after installing your operating system and any operating system service packs, but before installing any other device drivers.Updated For the past seven years, millions of Intel chips have harbored a security flaw that can be potentially exploited to remotely control and infect systems with spyware.Specifically, the bug is in Intel's Active Management Technology (AMT), Standard Manageability (ISM) and Small Business Technology (SBT) firmware versions 6 to 11.6.An INF is a text file that provides the operating system with information about a piece of hardware on the system.In the case of the current Intel Chipset Device Software, that information is primarily the product name for the piece of hardware.
Every IT administrator should read this page or otherwise familiarize themselves with the vulnerability and how to address it.