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Topic: 2 decade old security flaw found in all microprocessors (Read 938 times) previous topic - next topic

Re: 2 decade old security flaw found in all microprocessors

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There are a lot of them existing in landfills. :rotf:
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Re: 2 decade old security flaw found in all microprocessors

Reply #16
This explains the pain I'm getting in all the diodes down my left hand side



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Re: 2 decade old security flaw found in all microprocessors

Reply #17
Who actually discovered this security flaw? If I had my tinfoil hat on, I'd say this was deliberately done by Intel and/or AMD to slow down the current generations of processors and make people buy the new ones. But I don't. lol

Re: 2 decade old security flaw found in all microprocessors

Reply #18
Who actually discovered this security flaw? If I had my tinfoil hat on, I'd say this was deliberately done by Intel and/or AMD to slow down the current generations of processors and make people buy the new ones. But I don't. lol

It helps to read the linked articles... Jus' saying.  :facepalm:
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Re: 2 decade old security flaw found in all microprocessors

Reply #19
Who actually discovered this security flaw? If I had my tinfoil hat on, I'd say this was deliberately done by Intel and/or AMD to slow down the current generations of processors and make people buy the new ones. But I don't. lol

It helps to read the linked articles... Jus' saying.  :facepalm:


I'd say it's the guys at Micron PC, to gain larger market share since their chips weren't affected...
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