Is that tool enough to mitigate/protect againts IntelME vulnerability? https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26755?v=t
If it's not enough I more I can do to protect againts IntelME attacks ?
No, as the link you yourself posted says (for both versions):
This version does not provide automated mitigation support.
For reference, we are talking about CVE-2017-5689.
Intel released a statement here:
Step 1: Determine if you have an Intel® AMT, Intel® SBA, or Intel® ISM capable system. If you determine that you do not have an Intel® AMT, Intel® SBA, or Intel® ISM capable system then no further action is required.
Step 2: Utilize the INTEL-SA-00075 Detection Guide to assess if your system has the impacted firmware. If you do have a version in the “Resolved Firmware” column no further action is required to secure your system from this vulnerability.
- Linux users may alternately use the following tools and documentation. Note: Validation is ongoing and may result in updates to this release.
- INTEL-SA-00075 Linux Discovery Tool and Mitigation Tools v1.0.zip
Step 3: Intel highly recommends checking with your system OEM for updated firmware. Firmware versions that resolve the issue have a four digit build number that starts with a “3” (X.X.XX.3XXX) Ex: 220.127.116.1108.
Step 4: If a firmware update is not available from your OEM, mitigations are provided the INTEL-SA-00075 Mitigation Guide.
You can check if your system is vulnerable by running the tool you have linked in your question. If your system is vulnerable, update the firmware.