Intel: Our chips can make you safer - CNET

While Intel might be primarily known for their chipsets for desktop and laptop computers, the company has experimented with different forms of computing, such as the Intel NUC and the Intel Compute Stick. The company also launched an app for iOS and Android devices in the form of the Remote Keyboard that let users control said devices with their phones.However it seems that Intel has decided to kill the app due to security vulnerabilities that have been discovered. Not only has Intel decided to discontinue it, but they have also issued a Product Discontinuation notice which recommends users to uninstall the app from their devices due to the vulnerabilities that were discovered.According to Intel’s Product Security Center, the company writes, “Intel has issued a Product Discontinuation notice for Intel Remote Keyboard and recommends that users of the Intel Remote Keyboard uninstall it at their earliest convenience.” Details about the vulnerabilities can also be found on the website if you’re interested in lea

Intel: Our chips can make you safer - CNET

After addressing the Spectre and Meltdown design flaws, Intel is using its chips to boost cybersecurity software at Microsoft and Cisco.

Mon 16 Apr 18 from CNET

Intel is offloading virus scanning to its GPUs to improve performance and battery life

Intel is planning to allow virus scanners to use its integrated graphics chipsets to scan for malicious attacks. The change could see performance and battery life improve on some ...

Mon 16 Apr 18 from The Verge

AMD systems gain Spectre protection with latest Windows fixes

Systems will still need updated firmware to get the latest microcode, however.

Wed 11 Apr 18 from Arstechnica

Patch Tuesday Delivers Spectre Updates for AMD CPUs

AMD has released its own fix for Variant 2 of Spectre. Microsoft is distributing the fix via Patch Tuesday, but you'll also need a UEFI update. The post Patch Tuesday Delivers Spectre Updates ...

Wed 11 Apr 18 from Extremetech

AMD releases chip patches to address Spectre variant two

AMD has released a microcode update to address variant two of the Spectre chip flaw, which makes computers vulnerable to attacks that could reveal sensitive information such as passwords. ...

Wed 11 Apr 18 from Engadget

Intel Kills Off Remote Keyboard App For iOS & Android Citing Vulnerabilities

While Intel might be primarily known for their chipsets for desktop and laptop computers, the company has experimented with different forms of computing, such as the Intel NUC and the Intel ...

Tue 10 Apr 18 from Ubergizmo

Intel uses built-in graphics to scan for viruses, making your processor run faster

The big idea is to keep your PC secure from malware while streamlining performance, and battery life, too.

Tue 17 Apr 18 from Techradar

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