New Intel CPU bug reportedly affects all current chips

MASHABLE | on Wed, Jan 3, 2:06 PM

A vulnerability found by security researchers in Intel processors manufactured over the last ten years is poised to wreak havoc on the world of computing. And the fix? Well, it might not be pretty.  According to The Register[1], who first discovered the bug, the vulnerability allows for unauthorized programs to discern the "layout or contents of protected kernel memory areas."  What does that mean? Well, if you're running Windows, Linux, or macOS, something as simple as the JavaScript in your...

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