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Is it time for open processors?
The disclosure of the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities has brought a new level of attention to the security bugs that can lurk at the hardware level. Massive amounts of work have gone into improving the (still poor) security of our software, but all of that is in vain if the hardware gives (...)
[OSNews]

Freezing machines halt chip bug patch
Fixes for the Meltdown and Spectre flaw are temporarily halted by Microsoft after AMD machines freeze.
[BBC]

Freezing machines halt chip bug patch
Fixes for the Meltdown and Spectre flaw are temporarily halted by Microsoft after AMD machines freeze.
[BBC News]

CES 2018: Intel to make flawed chips safe in a week
The chip maker's boss addressed the Meltdown and Spectre bugs at CES in Las Vegas.
[BBC]

CES 2018: Intel to make flawed chips safe in a week
The chip maker's boss addressed the Meltdown and Spectre bugs at CES in Las Vegas.
[BBC News]

Finding a CPU design bug in the Xbox 360
The recent reveal of Meltdown and Spectre reminded me of the time I found a related design bug in the Xbox 360 CPU - a newly added instruction whose mere existence was dangerous. Back in 2005 I was the Xbox 360 CPU guy. I lived and breathed that chip. I still have a 30-cm CPU wafer on my wall, (...)
[OSNews]

Hackers will try to exploit Spectre and Meltdown bugs. What you need to know
Tech firms are ardently pushing for Spectre and Meltdown fixes.
[CNN Money]

Meltdown and Spectre: How chip hacks work
Here's why computer processors are vulnerable to hackers thanks to two recently discovered bugs.
[BBC News]

Meltdown and Spectre: How chip hacks work
Here's why computer processors are vulnerable to hackers thanks to two recently discovered bugs.
[BBC]

Major flaw in millions of Intel chips revealed
A serious bug will need to be patched in millions of machines from the last decade.
[BBC News]

Major flaw in millions of Intel chips revealed
A serious bug will need to be patched in millions of machines from the last decade.
[BBC]

Apple Mac security issue may reoccur
Mac owners who upgraded to remove a serious security bug may still be vulnerable to the loophole.
[BBC]

Apple Mac security issue may reoccur
Mac owners who upgraded to remove a serious security bug may still be vulnerable to the loophole.
[BBC News]

Glitch forces iPhones to reboot over and over
Phones across the world running iOS 11 encountered a glitch that triggered at 12:15 a.m. local time. A bug in the 11.1.2 software meant that phones using third party apps to send recurring notifications, like reminders, would reboot over and (...)
[CNN Money]

Is Apple getting sloppy?
A security bug in the new Mac operating system has raised concerns that the firm's standards are slipping.
[BBC]

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