TAtech Global News Bulletin: Some of the News in 2017 & Early 2018 That Wasn’t From Really Big Companies

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“There’s small screwups and big screwups. Here is tremendously huge screwup: Virtually all Intel processors produced in the last decade have a major security hole that could allow ‘normal user programs—from database applications to JavaScript in web browsers—to discern to some extent the layout or contents of protected kernel memory areas,’ the Register reported on Tuesday [January 2, 2018].

“Essentially, modern Intel processors have a design flaw that could allow malicious programs to read protected areas of a device’s kernel memory (memory dedicated

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