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Detection of a serious flaw in processors "intel"

Detection of a serious flaw in processors "intel"

Security experts have warned of a loophole in intel processors that could allow hackers to hack millions of electronic devices.

Available information indicates that the newly discovered "ZombieLoad" vulnerability helps hackers exploit the intel design flaws to sow malicious software into those processors and steal their data.

They explained that this vulnerability affects intel processors manufactured after 2011 and has nothing to do with other processors such as AMD, for example.

The danger of this loophole is that it may be used to access desktops, laptops, and even computing services.

This gap also reminds us of Meltdown and Spectre, which appeared last year and were mostly used to steal computer data.

Source: Agencies.

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