A few weeks ago, it turns out that there is loophole security issues carrying the names Meltdown and the Spectre in many of the products of many manufacturers, this means that these vulnerabilities affect multiple types of devices ranging from computers down to mobile devices.
Of course, the processors of the company Intel also suffer from these vulnerabilities, although it was initially believed that these vulnerabilities only affect processors old company. However, the company has recently published a new blog post on the official blog confirms that the gaps of the security Meltdown and the Spectre also affect the Intel later, including Ivy Bridge and Sandy Bridge, and Skylake and Kaby Lake.
According to Intel, it has stated by saying : ” We have to assess these issues internally and we are making progress towards identifying the root cause. In parallel, we will provide suppliers with a source of pilot for verification of their eligibility by next week. “ Furthermore, it was explained to Intel that your patching these vulnerabilities do not impact on performance, at least based on the tests in their own data centers.
For example in the choice of trying to change the stock exchange and transactions via the internet, it turns out that there is a slowdown by 4%, while showed the burden of different on the server that there is a slowdown by up to 25%. It seems that this is in line with a previous report where iPhone users that they were suffering from a drop in performance after installing the iOS update 11.2.2, which was designed to address the vulnerability Spectre.
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