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Raspberry Pi not vulnerable to Meltdown or Spectre bugs

The Raspberry Pi, the little single-board computer that is used by enthusiasts, is not vulnerable to the Meltdown bug that was revealed this week to be affecting most Intel processors made since 1995, the founder of the Raspberry Pi project says.

Marcus Hutchins' lawyers seek information around arrest

Lawyers acting for British security researcher Marcus Hutchins have filed a motion seeking additional information on a number of aspects surrounding his arrest in order to prepare for a trial that is expected to take place this year.

VIDEOS: AMD's Ryzen Mobile APU and Ryzen Pro events from late 2017

In late 2017, I attended two AMD events, one on AMD's Ryzen Mobile processor, and the second on AMD's Ryzen Pro for Australia's workforce, and they're available for you to watch, in full. 

KPMG to acquire Cyberinc cyber security business

KPMG LLC, the independent US member firm of global professional services firm KPMG, is to acquire the Identity and access management business of Silicon Valley-based Cyberinc, which provides cyber security solutions globally.

When F00F bug hit 20 years ago, Intel reacted the same way

A little more than 20 years ago, Intel faced a problem with its processors, though it was not as big an issue as compared to the speculative execution bugs that were revealed this week.

Linus Torvalds says Intel needs to admit it has issues with CPUs

Linux creator Linus Torvalds has had some harsh words for Intel in the course of a discussion about patches for two bugs that were found to affect most of the company's processors.

ASIC, MYOB attacked by fake emails, invoices: MailGuard

A scam described as a criminal-intent email exploiting the Australian Securities and Investments Commission is circulating, with security firm MailGuard warning it contains malicious macro code.

Ex-NSA man takes a risk, agrees to guilty plea

A former NSA contractor, who has been in jail over charges of taking a massive horde of security material to his house, has agreed to plead guilty to the charge of illegal retention of information relating to US national security.

Intel chief sold shares after company told of bugs: report

Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich sold stock and options and netted US$25 million in late November last year, well after Google had informed the company of flaws in its processors but before the flaws became public knowledge.

Fixes rushed out for Intel CPU bug as embargo collapses

Serious security flaws caused by "speculative execution" have been found in Intel CPUs from the Pentium Pro onwards, with multiple research teams being credited with the discoveries.

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