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>>64131934
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What does this vulnerabilty even do?
What can be exploited and how does it harm the user?
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>>64132028

APOLOGIZE OP
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>>64131934
>our team here at intel letting you know its not just intel guise!!!
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>>64132182
those are two different exploits
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>>64132163
Just Google it, brainlet
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>>64131934
If you could actually read, you would notice Spectre is the hardest of the exploits to use and patch. Meltdown, which is what's going to assrape performance, mainly affects Intel
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>>64131934
https://twitter.com/ryanshrout/status/948683677244018689

>all three variants

AMD is safe. ARM is still an unknown.




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