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Intel chips riddled with deadly flaws

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Nov
2017
Intel chips riddled with deadly flaws

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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), and Intel Server Platform Services (SPS).

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