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"Intel Flaw Lets Hackers Siphon Secrets from Millions of PCs"

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Old May 15th 19, 12:59 PM posted to alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt,alt.comp.hardware
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"(...) Today Intel and a coordinated supergroup of microarchitecture
security researchers are together announcing a new, serious form of
hackable vulnerability in Intel's chips. It's four distinct attacks,
in fact, though all of them use a similar technique, and all are
capable of siphoning a stream of potentially sensitive data from a
computer's CPU to an attacker.
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