New vulnerability in Intel CPUs uncovered by security researchers

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New branch prediction processor attack found affecting computer CPUs

American universities have combined their security efforts to investigate another branch prediction processor attack affecting computer CPUs, similar to the Spectre processor flaw uncovered earlier...

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