Start-up security company claims AMD Ryzen and Epyc CPUs contain 13 serious vulnerabilities

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Start-up security company claims AMD Ryzen and Epyc CPUs contain 13 serious vulnerabilities

Security flaws highlighted by CTS-Labs require elevated administrator privileges and physical access

A start-up IT security company has claimed that AMD's new Ryzen, Epyc and Threadripper CPUs are vulnerable to a total of 13 serious security vulnerabilities. However, a white paper from Israeli security...

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