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Another data-leaking Spectre CPU flaw among Intel's dirty dozen of security bug alerts today
Intel will today emit a dozen security alerts for its products – including details of another data-leaking vulnerability within the family of Spectre CPU flaws.
A critical Intel flaw breaks basic security for most computers
One of the most basic premises of computer security is isolation: If you run somebody else's sketchy code as an untrusted process on your machine, you should restrict it to its own tightly sealed playpen.
Former Intel Employee Sentenced to Prison for Stealing Valuable Computer Chip Manufacturing and Design Documents
A Chelmsford man was sentenced today in federal court to three years in prison for stealing computer chip manufacturing and design documents.
AMD allegedly has its own Spectre-like security flaws
Researchers say they've discovered critical security flaws in AMD chips that could allow attackers to access sensitive data from highly guarded processors across millions of devices.
Security hole in AMD CPUs' hidden secure processor code revealed ahead of patches
Cfir Cohen, a security researcher from Google's cloud security team, on Wednesday disclosed a vulnerability in the fTMP of AMD's Platform Security Processor (PSP), which resides on its 64-bit x86 processors and provides administrative functions similar to the Management Engine in Intel chipsets.
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