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In January 2018, the entire computer industry was put on alert by two new processor vulnerabilities dubbed Meltdown and Spectre that defeated the fundamental OS security boundaries separating kernel and user space memory. The flaws stemmed from a performance feature of modern CPUs known as speculative execution and mitigating them required one of the biggest […]

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Google has fixed two critical bugs affecting its Android handsets. The more serious flaws exists in the Android System component and allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code. The two critical vulnerabilities are part of Google’s January Android security bulletin, released Monday. The security update addressed 43 bugs overall for the Android operating systems. As […]

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Tracked as CVE-2020-17008, the new vulnerability was reported to Microsoft on September 24. As per Project Zero’s policy, details were made public 90 days later, on December 23, despite the fact that Microsoft missed the patch deadline. Disclosed in May 2020, CVE-2020-0986 was initially reported to Microsoft in December 2019 and a patch was released […]

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