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Meltdown patch causing reboot issues with Intel chips

Customers reported that the firmware Intel Meltdown patch cause reboot issues on Broadwell and Haswell chipsets, leading to a patch review by Intel.

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AMD changes tune, announces Spectre patches

AMD initially believed the Spectre vulnerabilities posed "near zero risk" to its chip, but the company this week reversed course and is planning microcode updates for its products.

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Fancy Bears hacking group claims Olympics hack

News roundup: The hacking group called Fancy Bears claims to have hacked the Olympics again. Plus, a former NSA contractor pleads guilty to stealing government data, and more.

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WPA3 standard approved with increased security

The new WPA3 Wi-Fi protocol aims to improve security for IoT devices and strengthen password security with protections against brute force attacks.

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