VUSec have published and shown an example of a newly discovered flaw present with both Intel and AMD processors when used with Linux.
Users of the popular bootloader may want to update their systems in order to mitigate the danger of this new exploit.
Security? What security? Say hello to 'LVI' (Load Value Injection), a new class of' transient-execution attacks' exploiting flaws in modern processors and it defeats all existing countermeasures.
Thought Intel was the only one? Well you would be living under a rock with all the past issues but Intel seemed to be constantly hit harder, and they had another recently. This time, it's AMD's turn in the security spotlight.
Researchers have uncovered a fun new vulnerability in Intel processors, and this one has a claim attached that it's not possible to fix it.
Intel are not having a good time lately are they? More vulnerabilities in their CPUs have been made public.
Here's your morning dose of uh-oh, a security researcher has made an unfortunate vulnerability in KDE public. Not something we usually cover, but since there's no fix available it's worth letting you know.
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