Infineon TPM Firmware Vulnerability
21st December 2017
Dear Valued Sony VAIO Customers,
A security vulnerability in the firmware of Infineon's TPM (security chip) installed in June 2013 - February 2014 VAIO Pro 13/11 series notebook computers was identified.
Please see the Infineon advisory located here for more details.
This is currently under preparation. Please visit this page regularly for updates.
Models launched in June 2013 - February 2014 and equipped with Infineon's TPM.
SVP11217PGB SVP11217PGS SVP11217PWB
SVP1121ZPGR SVP1121ZPWR SVP11229PGB
SVP13216PGB SVP13217PHB SVP13218PAB
SVP13218PGB SVP13218PGS SVP13218PKB
SVP13218PWB SVP13218PWS SVP13219PGB
SVP13219PKB SVP1321FPGB SVP1321FPGS
SVP1321XPNB SVP1321ZPGR SVP1321ZPKR
SVP1321ZPWR SVP13227PHB SVP13229PGB
SVP13229PGS SVP13229PWB SVP13229PWS
How to check if your notebook computer is vulnerable
１． Hold down the [Windows] key and press the [R] key.
Alternatively, click [Execute by specifying file name] from the [Start] menu.
２． In the [Run with Specify File Name] dialog box, enter [tpm.msc] and select [OK].
If the subject TPM is not installed, "Compatible TPM cannot be found" will be displayed and the notebook computer is not affected by this issue.
If the manufacturer's version indicates "4.31" or "4.32", the subject TPM is installed.
As such, the notebook computer is affected by the vulnerability issue.
If other versions are stated, the notebook computer is not affected by this issue.
We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this issue may have caused.
Thank you for your kind understanding and cooperation.