AMD is working on patches for Ryzen and Epyc chip vulnerabilities

Nicholas Fearn
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Chipmaker confirms that patches will be released in the 'coming weeks'

AMD has revealed that it is working on patches to address security flaws uncovered in its Ryzen and Epyc chips. Last week, Israeli cybersecurity start-up CTS Labs claimed to have discovered a st...

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