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    A security flaw has been found in Intel processors, and the fix could reportedly lead to a substantial slowdown of affected PCs.

    The Register reports that a flaw in the design of Intel processors has programmers "scrambling" to redesign Linux and Windows kernels to shut down a potential attack vector that could potentially allow hackers to access passwords, files cached on a disk, and more.

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    01-03-2018 10:30 AM

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