Media coverage

Massive Intel chip security flaw threatens computers

Sorry, this post has not been published yet, check again later!

January 3, 2018
Published by:

Linux Insider

"This flaw existed for years," says Chris Morales, head of security analytics at Vectra. "We don't know who may know about it, and even worse, who may have already exploited it. Linux and other OS patches for impacted Intel processors have to be rewritten to completely separate user memory space from the kernel memory space."

Read publication

Most recent media coverage

Government to tackle IoT security

November 19, 2019

Information Age

Read more

Government releases first Australian IoT code of practice

November 19, 2019

Which-50

Read more

As government reins in IoT security, recalcitrant mining industry is exposed

November 19, 2019

CSO

Read more