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Security Bulletin: NVIDIA GPU contains multiple vulnerabilities in the kernel mode layer handler

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StefanG3D

Answer ID 4544

Updated 09/21/2017 06:01 AM

NVIDIA GPU Display Driver vulnerabilities may lead to denial of service or possible escalation of privilege

 

Download GPU fixes from the NVIDIA Driver Downloads page.

Windows

Product Product Series OS Branch Fixed Version
GeForce All Windows R384 385.69 includes GFE 3.9.0.61
NVS, Quadro All Windows R384 385.69
Tesla All Windows R384 Available the week of September 25

Linux

Product

Product Series

OS

Branch

Fixed Version

GeForce All Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris R384 384.90
Quadro, NVS All Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris R384 384.90
Tesla All Linux R384 Available the week of September 25
R375 375.88

Note:

  • If you are using earlier driver branches of the affected products, upgrade to a supported driver branch that contains the fix as listed in tables for Windows and Linux.
  • If you are using GFE, install the latest drivers. GFE security bulletins are available on the NVIDIA Product Security page.
  • CVE-2017-6277 and CVE-2017-6272 were addressed in branch R375. However, these CVEs were not disclosed in the previous security bulletin.

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StefanG3D
Updated 09/25/2017 10:30 AM

Revision History

Revision Date Description
2.0 September 25, 2017 Added information about affected NVIDIA GRID products, fixed versions for Tesla products, and fixed version in the R375 driver branch for Quadro and NVS products

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