Intel might want to reconsider the G part of SGX – because it’s been plunderstruck

I was caught in the middle of a memory attack, and I knew there was no turning back Intel on Tuesday plans to release 11 security advisories, including a microcode firmware update to patch a vulnerability in its Software Guard Extensions (SGX) on recent Core microprocessors that allows a privileged attacker to corrupt SGX enclave computations.… READ MORE HERE…

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