US-CERT discloses security flaw in 64...

US-CERT discloses security flaw in 64-bit Intel chips

There are 1 comment on the Hackinthebox.org story from Jun 17, 2012, titled US-CERT discloses security flaw in 64-bit Intel chips. In it, Hackinthebox.org reports that:

The U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team has disclosed a flaw in Intel chips that could allow hackers to gain control of Windows and other operating systems, security experts say.A The flaw was disclosed the vulnerability in a security advisory released this week.

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Miffed

Melbourne, Australia

#1 Jun 18, 2012
Come on, thus article is nothing but sensationalism without providing ANY information.
What a waste of bandwidth!

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