Intel 4th-Gen Haswell processor will be disabled DirectX 12 due to security vulnerability
Recently, Intel discovered a security vulnerability in the processor, but the vulnerability is in the older fourth-generation Core processor Haswell, and it is not the processor itself that has a security vulnerability, but in the graphics drivers. It will happen once the DirectX 12 API is loaded, and the solution given by Intel is also very simple and rude. Disabling DirectX 12 directly can solve the problem.
Intel said that if users of Haswell processors want to continue to support the DX12 API, it is recommended to reduce the driver version of these processors’ graphics to 18.104.22.16863 or lower.