Major Intel, Arm chip security flaw puts your PCs, phones at risk

CNET NEWS | on Wed, Jan 3, 10:48 PM

A newly discovered exploit in most modern processors could make your computer or phone vulnerable to attacks. But chipmakers say they've got fixes ready to go. Several researchers, including a member of Google's Project Zero[1] team, found that a design technique used in chips from Intel, Arm and others could allow hackers to access data from the memory on your device. The problem impacts processors going back more than two decades and could let hackers access passwords, encryption keys or se...

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