SGAxe and CrossTalk flaws in Intel CPUs could enable attackers to steal data, researchers say

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SGAxe and CrossTalk flaws could enable attackers to steal data from Intel's SGX enclaves
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SGAxe and CrossTalk flaws could enable attackers to steal data from Intel's SGX enclaves

SGX hardware encryption technology was launched in 2015 with the Skylake microarchitecture

Cyber security researchers have disclosed two new and distinctive attacks that could enable threat actors to steal sensitive information from the trusted execution environments (TEE) of modern Intel CPUs....

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