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Just hours after proof-of-concept code was tweeted, security researchers have revealed the long-awaited details of two vulnerabilities in Intel processors dating back more than two decades.Two critical vulnerabilities found in Intel chips can let an attacker steal data from the memory of running apps, such as data from password managers, browsers, emails, and photos and documents.Cross Check has a continuously growing database of current and archival scholarly literature.Cross Mark is a Cross Ref initiative to provide a standard way for readers to locate the authoritative version of a document.
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Due to differences in AMD's architecture, we believe there is a near zero risk to AMD processors at this time." British chipmaker ARM told news site Axios prior to this report that some of its processors, including its Cortex-A chips, are affected.
The two bugs break down a fundamental isolation that separates kernel memory -- core of the operating system -- from user processes.