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Encryption of AMD EPYC VMs can be broken, researchers prove

"AMD EPYC server chipsets are supposed to provide a high level of security, but a German team has managed to gain control through a hypervisor exploit."

https://www.techrepublic.com/article/encryption-of-amd-epyc-vms-can-be-broken-researchers-prove/

Spectre chip security vulnerability strikes again; patches incoming

"A Google developer discovered a new way that a 'Spectre'-style check can be used to attack any computer running any operating system."

https://www.zdnet.com/article/spectre-chip-security-vulnerability-strikes-again-patches-incoming/

Researchers hack BMW cars, discover 14 vulnerabilities

"Keen Security Lab researchers have discovered fourteen vulnerabilities affecting a variety of BMW car models."

https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2018/05/23/hack-bmw-cars/

5-year-old IoT attack resurfaces, puts millions of devices at risk

"IoT chip manufacturer Z-Wave reportedly fixed issues with its pairing process that allowed attackers to hijack internet-connected devices, but one security firm completely circumvented it."

https://www.techrepublic.com/article/5-year-old-iot-attack-resurfaces-puts-millions-of-devices-at-risk/

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