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Researchers Found Another Major Security Flaw in Intel CPUs

“Security researchers have pinpointed another major security hole in Intel processors, in addition to the security holes in the Intel Management Engine and the Meltdown flaw that hits Intel CPUs uniquely hard” writes Joel Hruska for extremetech.com. They’re still at risk of local attack, because this attack works against AMT-enabled devices with default passwords.
 
Source: extremetech.com



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