This is nothing new. Since you don't really explain in detail what the problem is in your post, here is the summary:
Intel vpro enabled chipsets expose remote management functionality. Think of it as a remote desktop. It's intended for businesses to easily remote control computers. There was some vulnerabilities recently patched for this, but it is difficult/impossible to totally disable. Contact your computer vendor for bios updates.
There is a utility to tell you if you have this vulnerability, it is located here: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26755/INTEL-SA-00075-Detection-and-Mitigation-Tool
Before you blow a fuse, Intel states that only business machines are affected by this and not consumer level machines/chipsets.
If you truly want to be safe, just disconnect your machine from the internet, and remove all media access. It will run virus/malware free, guaranteed!