Over the years, I've had BIOS updates totally ruin a couple of mainboards on me that I had to replace at my own expense for client machines I was working on, so I tend to shy away from flash updating any BIOS unless I see a specific need to do so to address a specific problem a machine is having.
I do the same with my own computers, so it was with a little trepidation that I decided to update the BIOS on my self-built Windows 10 machine today - necessary because of the recent security flaw that was discovered and I found it addressed.
So for those of you using this now relatively out dated mainboard that I have: Intel Corporation DH67CL - I can say that you can go ahead and use the 2018 Flash update available for it with confidence. No ill effects from my own experience.
This has been a community service announcement! :-)
PSEXEC vulnerability! Must-read for admins who use it. Please note that you might not be aware that you use it since it is incorporated into some software products that interact with remote systems, so read it anyway!
0patch has issued a patch, Microsoft has not (yet). Only patches psexec v2.2!
Update: Microsoft released a new patched version. To use it against machines that you used the old version against, you need to launch this command 1st, or it will fail:
net stop psexecsvc & sc remove psexecsvc