12 Jan '18, 3pm

Google, Intel, Microsoft, Others Scramble to Fix Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities

Google, Intel, Microsoft, Others Scramble to Fix Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities

Hardware flaws may be the new big security gap in computers and phones. In the last few days, it has become apparent that Intel, Microsoft, and other leading electronics companies have been struggling for months to overcome security holes that affect billions of processors worldwide. Intel, Microsoft, and Google released statements assuring customers the fixes are complete or in process. Yet some experts warn that the fixes could hurt performance. Holes in the Hardware While most security holes have been in software, this newly revealed weakness is in hardware, in the processing chip itself. The weakness revealed by Google in a blog post includes vulnerabilities in chips from Intel, ARM, and AMD. Some of the weaknesses go back to chips manufactured 10 years ago. Windows Centeral posted these images of the cybersecurity bugs, Meltdown and Spectre. Images courtesy of Microso...

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