746 arrests, 2 tons of drugs, 54 million pounds and dozens of weapons. EncroChat anonymous service successfully hacked in Europe

In the UK, they conducted the largest and most significant operation in the history of law enforcement agencies in the country, during which EncroChat, a cybercriminal and drug dealer service, was hacked.

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The new vulnerability “hits” AMD processors, but does not affect Intel CPUs. But there is nothing to worry about

Over the past couple of years, we are accustomed to the fact that if any vulnerabilities are found in processors, they often concern Intel processors more. However, a new vulnerability called SMM Callout Privilege Escalation (CVE-2020-12890) is an exception, as it was discovered in AMD processors.

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Vulnerability found in Arm processors that could allow an attacker to gain unauthorized access to data

Yesterday, the ITL NVD (Information Technology Laboratory National Vulnerability Database) updated the information recently released about a new vulnerability in the same category as the notorious vulnerabilities Specter and Meltdown.

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Intel processors discovered a vulnerability called CrossTalk

In recent years, Intel processors have revealed many vulnerabilities, starting with Meltdown and Specter, which are associated with speculative execution of instructions based on branch prediction. Although many vulnerabilities are already covered by software patches, security researchers are constantly finding new ones.

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