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Meltdown

Intel ZombieLoad vulnerability might expose sensitive data like passwords to hackers

Intel has made an official announcement that all those processors manufactured by the company after 2011 are now vulnerable to ZombieLoad flaw which can...

DHS issues security alert against US Mobile Carriers

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has issued a warning that the phones sold by popular US telecom carriers are deeply flawed and could...

Samsung Galaxy S7 mobile phones are vulnerable to Cyber Attacks

Researchers from Austria based Graz Technical University have come to a conclusion that hackers can anytime exploit the meltdown vulnerability on Samsung Galaxy S7...

Top 5 Security events of 2018

The first half of 2018 was hit with some notable security events just days into the new year. And, unfortunately, these vulnerabilities are just...

Super Spectre vulnerability triggers another Computer Security Scare

Intel’s former cybersecurity researcher Yuriy Bulygin has made it public that the famous Spectre exploit could be further exploited to gain access to all...

Intel and Microsoft set to sniff out malware from memory

Intel has announced an innovation in association with Microsoft which is said to detect malware at the memory level. Perhaps this is to reincarnate...

AMD confirms that its chips have vulnerabilities

Advanced Micro Devices, known as AMD, in short, has confirmed that its chips do have security vulnerabilities. But at the same time, the processor...

Google offers Retpoline fix to Intel Spectre Processor flaw!

Web Search Giant Google has announced to the world yesterday that it has developed a fix for the second variant of Spectre flaw found...

Cloud Companies looking to Intel rivals due to Meltdown and Spectre!

Intel is soon going to land into the bad books of cloud companies. Because Meltdown and Spectre processor flaws have started to show their...

Mobile industry is not concerned about Spectre and Meltdown Vulnerabilities!

Qualcomm’s recently appointed President Christino R Amon said that Spectre and Meltdown flaws reported last week may show the least impact on the mobile...
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