Intel has revealed four more vulnerabilities in all its modern processors, all of which could lead to side channel attacks that use speculative execution to leak data.
The head of the OpenBSD project, Theo de Raadt, has warned that more flaws related to speculative execution in Intel CPUs are likely to be found and that the two vulnerabilities found by Intel, as a result of examining the Foreshadow bug — found by two independent teams — are cause for much worry.
Intel has released details of three more vulnerabilities in its Core and Xeon processor lines, all of which involve exploiting the feature known as speculative execution where processors attempt to anticipate and execute instructions.
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