May 13, 2024, 8 a.m. | Joao Correia

Security Boulevard

In August of last year, I examined several CPU bugs that posed serious security threats. The mitigations for these vulnerabilities generally involved either incorporating additional instructions or opting for alternative CPU instructions – strategies that lead to diminished system performance overall. My argument was that such vulnerabilities effectively revert your infrastructure to the technological level […]

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