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Microsoft Offers Extended Support For Windows, SQL 2008: But With A Catch
12th Jul 2018 [11 days ago] from Ars Technica
An extra three years of patches are being offered to in-cloud users.
New Spectre-like Attack Uses Speculative Execution To Overflow Buffers
10th Jul 2018 [13 days ago] from Ars Technica
Research is continuing to find new attack vectors.
Hyperthreading Under Scrutiny With New TLBleed Crypto Key Leak
25th Jun 2018 [28 days ago] from Ars Technica
A new attack prompted OpenBSDs developers to disable hyperthreading by default.
TLBleed: A New Way To Leak Crypto Keys On Hyperthreaded Processors
25th Jun 2018 [28 days ago] from Ars Technica
A new attack prompted OpenBSDs developers to disable hyperthreading by default.
A Host Of New Security Enhancements Is Coming To IOS And MacOS
4th Jun 2018 [2 months ago] from Ars Technica
Coming: FaceTime encryption, protected cam access, and, possibly, USB Restricted Mode.
New Speculative-execution Vulnerability Strikes AMD, ARM, And Intel
22nd May 2018 [2 months ago] from Ars Technica
Fortunately, existing fixes should provide the protection we need.
As The Web Moves Toward HTTPS By Default, Chrome Will Remove “secure” Indicator
17th May 2018 [2 months ago] from Ars Technica
The browser is changing to flag the things that are dangerous, not the ones that are safe.
Microsoft Claims To Make Chrome Safer With New Extension
18th Apr 2018 [3 months ago] from Ars Technica
A purported Edge advantage is now available in Chrome.
Intel, Microsoft To Use GPU To Scan Memory For Malware
16th Apr 2018 [3 months ago] from Ars Technica
The company is also using its processors’ performance monitoring to detect malicious code.
AMD Systems Gain Spectre Protection With Latest Windows Fixes
11th Apr 2018 [3 months ago] from Ars Technica
Systems will still need updated firmware to get the latest microcode, however.
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