Despite AMD CPU patch, researchers highlight more exploits could be incoming

Computer scientists from TU Dresden have shown it’s possible to produce a Meltdown-like vulnerability in AMD’s processors. In case you don’t remember, AMD’s chips were famously unaffected by the original Meltdown CPU exploits, while Intel’s were, so this is maybe surprising news. The new exploit was demonstrated on a Ryzen 7 2700X CPU as well as with Epyc 7262 and Threadripper 2990WX silicon.

Don’t worry though, AMD has developed a technique to mitigate the problem and has recommendations as to how software vendors can analyse their code for such vulnerabilities. AMD also stated how newer, and future processors support additional security features to protect against such exploits.

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