The IT sector experienced a year-end 2017 and the beginning of 2018 somewhat moved by the scandal of Intel processors.
The CEO of Intel, Brian Krzanich , could not offer peace of mind, could not guarantee that it would not happen again ... There is no talk of consequences in specific companies but he sold his shares and on February 17, 2018 Intel already had 32 demands for the vulnerability of Specter and Meltdown in its processors ... https://www.xataka.com/seguridad/no-tenemos-constancia-de-que-se-haya-comprometido-informacion-de-usuarios-ceo-de-intel-over-meltdown-and-specter
Five months later it happened again: http://m.faz.net/aktuell/technik-motor/digital/intel-chips-forscher-entdecken-wieder-neue-sicherheitsluecken-15571660.html new holes have been discovered of security. Researchers at Specter and Meltdown have detected eight new vulnerabilities in the Intel processors that come from the previous ones.
The new gaps show that "Specter" and "Meltdown" were not a one-time slip that could be solved with some patches. As the Scmidt expert said "... an endless flood of patches is not an acceptable solution due to the fact that Intel implemented performance optimizations without enough security concept twenty years ago." He also demanded that Intel reconsider the CPU design to have a stable IT infrastructure.
According to the magazine "c't", the new attack scenarios are similar to the gaps that came to light in January. "However, one of the new gaps makes attacking across the boundaries of the system much easier."
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