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As we’re waiting for security researchers to detail the Intel Management Engine vulnerability that can allow attackers to run undetectable, unsigned code on machines with Intel processors, the US-based chip maker has announced the release of firmware that plugs a number of potentially critical flaws in Intel Management Engine (ME), Intel Trusted Execution Engine (TXE), […]

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A flaw in an old Intel chip could crash servers and networking equipment, and the chipmaker is working to fix the issue. The issue is in the Atom C2000 chips, which started shipping in 2013. The problem was first reported by The Register. In January, Intel added an erratum to the Atom C2000 documentation, stating […]

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#google #researchers have written the first-ever attack code that takes advantage of #electrical interference between densely packed memory cells, a unique style of attack that could require changes in #chip #design. The work builds on a paper published last year by Carnegie Mellon University and Intel, which found it was possible to change binary values […]

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