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Israeli security researcher Mordechai Guri of Ben-Gurion University has published a study on yet another method of exfiltrating data from an air-gapped network. This time, he found a way to transmit data using radio waves from the CPU, more specifically from its power supply. This method of data exfiltration requires the attacker to be no […]

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A new family of speculative execution side-channel vulnerabilities has been found in Intel CPUs and researchers and vendors are split over how severe the flaws are and how easy they are to exploit. Even the name of the vuln family is a subject of disagreement among researchers, ranging from colorful to prosaic: ZombieLoad, Fallout, RIDL […]

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Noticing that your computer is running slow? While sometimes a telltale sign of infection, these days that seems doubly true.

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