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The S in Intel stands for Security.

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    I loled 😁
  • 0
    Meltdown is basically Intel only
    Spectre affects every CPU though
  • 0
    @succcubbus what about the new i5 8400 and i7 in the newest generation?
  • 0
    @SGrigorov Every Intel core processor since 2008 is affected, including the current gen
  • 0
    @succcubbus sucks to be intel atm i guess
    😂
  • 1
    As I've said, it's twin attack affects every cpu manufacturer
    They're all fucked
    Even better, it can't be patched in software only made a bit harder to exploit
    Happy being hackable or exchanging the cpu
  • 1
    @SGrigorov to be fair it's a vulnerability that's pretty easy to avoid if you're cautious.
  • 0
    The D in Amd stands for "doesn't have Intel tier problems"
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    Who even fucking cares? Is someone working on hacking my PC because of this shit right now?

    Where are the open source, free CPUs now?

    That's what I thought.
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    @mzeffect I'd love you to visit my nice website next month, which will definitely not run JavaScript that steals your passwords.
    You should care
  • 0
    @succcubbus OK, I care. Am I buying a new CPU though? That would also mean I need a new motherboard? Nope.
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    @succcubbus running JavaScript on your website to steal passwords from visitors because of a CPU exploit? Seems legit, not sure what 1337 0day exploits you're using for that to take place. Can you also tell me how to download more ram?
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    @px06 meltdown and spectre are exploitable from javascript run inside the browser
    So yes, reading internal browser memory from javascript currently is possible
    Though browser vendors are working on mitigations and mitigations only, not patches
    https://blog.mozilla.org/security/...
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