Nice list here:
We had a little subthread a few hours ago where you still claimed most consumer and server systems would be unaffected.
No, that system still falls under Intel's advisory, it's just the Lenovo page that doesn't help to distinguish. It was already known that laptops could be affected.
Your claims were about 'All systems running VPro' and 'All Xeons'. Neither of those claims has - so far - being substantiated, the only Xeons affected are the ones - though there may still be more - that I dug up earlier.
Really, you should let this go or come up with actual proof for your claims it is getting annoying. You pollute this whole thread with a bunch of unsubstantiated claims presented as fact. It's almost as if you would love for it to be true that all those other systems would be affected too.
Don't get me wrong, I'm very much against ME and any non-free software on my machine starting with the BIOS but I'm also not going to wish for just about every server on the planet to be remotely hacked just to prove my point.
Well, it's not about proving a point.
It's about what comes after that.
And I wish that we don't waste centuries of programmer-years of work onto systems that we'll end up having to get rid of anyway. I don't want to see society build on top of something that ends up with such a destructive potential.
At some point it will be broken, every system using it will be hacked. We'll see something like Mirai, but on far larger scale.
The only question is if we've migrated the critical infrastructure by then, or not.
What really did happen is already bad enough and deserves all the attention it gets without people muddying the waters claiming the issue is larger than it really is. That's dumb propaganda and easily dismissed. It also takes the attention of the real problem.
So if you're serious about this then you should concentrate your advocacy on those things that you are sure about and that you can prove. That will move the needle. Speculation is only so much noise on the wire, easily drowning out the real, facts based conversation.