• NVIDIA issues GPU driver security update

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    The update patches 29 vulnerabilities affecting Windows and Linux products including 10 high-severity bugs.

    Security Bulletin: NVIDIA GPU Display Driver – November 2022

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      Hmm…  The driver available for my GeForce GT 650M is dated 2019.4.11.  Looks like they aren’t updating the drivers for their old GPUs.  I wonder if one will be offered via Windows Update at some point.

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      For users of Linux Mint if you don’t see a security update and you use Nvidia check your update manager. If you’re like me and temporarily ignore non-security updates it may be there. I think the security update I installed came as a regular update until it’s status was changed.

      Installing the new drivers also required upgrading to a later kernel

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      For those running Windows 10 and 11, there was a newer driver released on Thursday, the 1st., and it contains patches for a few known issues with some earlier driver releases. Read the release notes for driver version 526.98 (the version that contains the security hole patches) and if you’re not affected by any of the known issues listed in section 3.2 of the release notes, then you’re probably OK to install that version. If you are affected by one of them, look at the release notes for version 527.37 (the one released on Dec. 1st.) and see if that version fixes your issue(s). If it does, then install that one. Fixes for known issues are contained in section 3.1 of the release notes for each new driver release.

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