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Tag: Meltdown

Intel alerted Chinese cloud giants ‘before US govt’ about CPU bugs

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Intel Alert: What is most likely to be an overlooked story from theregister.co.uk recaps the truth about Intel warned Chinese companies before they notified the U.S. government at US-CERT about its infamous Meltdown and Spectre processor vulnerabilities. According to The Wall Street Journal, big customers, including Lenovo and Alibaba.com, were

What bankers need to know about Meltdown, Spectre chip flaws

CyberWisdom Commentary and Exploit Summarized: Today I came across this story from americanbanker.com that provide a status pulse on the serious chip flaw: Has either Meltdown or Spectre been exploited yet? No, says Bill Nelson, president and CEO of the FS-ISAC. “These vulnerabilities are a big deal, but there is a balance of probability and

Your Computer Processor is at Risk Round-Up: Meltdown and Spectre CPU Flaws Affecting Most Intel, ARM, AMD Processors

Wisdom Commentary: A revealing story from this following round-up of articles raised hidden vulnerabilities on most of your computer. Almost all processors This vulnerability has existed in modern processors since 1995 for “speculative execution” of processor optimizations. Hardware Error Meltdown and Specter allow an attacker to steal data that is currently being processed on a