A raft of flaws in AMD chips makes bad hacks much, much worse – Ars Technica

Posted on Mar 13 2018 - 5:08pm by Zennie Abraham
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Secure enclaves like the one found in iPhones are intended to be impenetrable fortresses that handle tasks too sensitive for the main CPUs they work with. AMD’s version of that co-processor contains a raft of critical flaws that attackers could exploit
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