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Researchers say they’ve found serious security flaws in some AMD chips

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Researchers say they’ve found serious security flaws in some AMD chips

Researchers say they’ve found serious security flaws in some AMD chips The news: CTS-Labs, an Israeli cybersecurity firm, says it has found multiple flaws in AMD’s Ryzen and Epyc processors that could let hackers who’ve already compromised computers access secure portions of the processors to install malware or steal sensitive data like encryption keys. The 13 different vulnerabilities affect processors found in desktops, laptops, and servers. The flaws: The researchers have published a list of the different flaws but have withheld some technical details that would let them be easily exploited. In a clear play for publicity, they gave AMD just 24...

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