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Vulnerabilities within computer processors can send ripples of concern through the tech industry and beyond. The recent discovery of the “Downfall” vulnerability, which affects a range of Intel central processing units (CPUs), has once again raised questions about the delicate balance between performance enhancements and data security. This vulnerability, discovered by Google research scientist Daniel […]

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The vPro platform is designed to enhance performance, security, manageability and stability. In terms of security, the chip giant says it can provide protection to hardware, firmware, operating systems, and applications through technologies such as Hardware Shield, Control Flow Enforcement Technology (CET), Threat Detection Technology (TDT), and Total Memory Encryption Multi-Key (TME-MK). Read More

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Intel Intel has published 24 new advisories covering more than 50 vulnerabilities affecting the chip giant’s products. Seven advisories describe high-severity privilege escalation flaws. This includes one in the BIOS firmware of some Intel processors, one in XMM 7560 Modem software, a dozen in NUC BIOS firmware, three in chipset firmware, one in Data Center […]

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