Intel's releases fixes for six 'high severity' graphics driver security flaws among 17 Patch Tuesday updates

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Serious security flaws in Intels' Windows graphics drivers could compromise PCs

Intel has released its March 2020 security updates, covering several products, including graphics drivers, processors, field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), and other components. But the most ...

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