Intel chipsets hit by another major security flaw

Intel processors are facing another major security threat after researchers uncovered a new attack on the company’s hardware.

Known as SGAxe, the attack targets a supposedly super-secure function within Intel processors in the latest attempt to steal protected user data in a long line of attacks since 2018’s Meltdown and Spectre threats.

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Frederic M. Kolodziej

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