As the security community learns more about the Spectre vulnerability, clever coders are already finding other exploits. Here's looking at the first of many.
Researchers from ICEBEG found malicious code hiding in four popular Google Chrome extensions. The search giant is working to fix the problem.
In the first part of his Q&A with Security Now, Thycotic's Joseph Carson talks privacy in an interconnected world and how hackers will soon read minds.
In a rough start to 2018, Intel is dealing with the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities in its CPUs, and now the chip maker is confronting reports of a flaw that leaves chips open to an 'Evil Maid' attack.
At CES, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich looked to reassure the whole industry that the chip maker would ensure that its processors were secure following the Meltdown and Spectre disclosures.
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