Researchers develop 'SgxSpectre' security exploit that can crack Intel's SGX secure environment

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Intel security feature cracked wide open by university researchers exploiting Spectre CPU security flaw

Researchers at Ohio State University claim to have found a way to use the Spectre vulnerability to break into a security feature of Intel's CPUs, called SGX secure environment, and steal data in th...

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