This Week in Hardware Security 3/5/19

Bringing you the latest in Hardware Security every week! All Intel chips open to new Spoiler non-Spectre attack: Don’t expect a quick fix “Researchers have discovered a new flaw affecting all Intel chips due to the way they carry out … Continued

This Week In Hardware Security 1/18/19

Bringing you the latest in Hardware Security every week! AMD CEO: Security Flaws ‘A Wakeup Call’ For Chip Makers ” “We can never say that we’ve caught everything,” the CEO cautioned. But AMD is plowing plenty of resources into engineering … Continued

This Week In Hardware Security 1/4/19

Bringing you the latest in Hardware Security every week! Super Micro Says Third-Party Test Found No Malicious Hardware “Super Micro Computer Inc. said an independent test found no malicious hardware in its motherboards. The conclusion follows previous denials of a … Continued

This Week In Hardware Security 12/12/18

Bringing you the latest in Hardware Security every week! Security And RISC-V “Tortuga’s whole objective is security, particularly against side-channel attacks, so they should be able to add real value to the committee…When they’re aligned with the standard, their tools … Continued

This Week In Hardware Security 11/21/18

Bringing you the latest in Hardware Security every week! Enterprise Security: Major Flaws Found In Bluetooth Chips “Two serious chip-level vulnerabilities that could potentially put “millions” of enterprise access points at risk was discovered last week by researchers at security … Continued

This Week In Hardware Security 10/24/18

Bringing you the latest in Hardware Security every week! The Big Hack: How China Used A Tiny Chip To Infiltrate U.S. Companies “The attack by Chinese spies reached almost 30 U.S. companies, including Amazon and Apple, by compromising America’s technology … Continued

This Week In Hardware Security 09/24/18

Bringing you the latest in Hardware Security every week! Intel Releases Firmware Update For ME Flaw “Identified as CVE-2018-3655, and with updates now released, the issue affects firmware versions: 11.0 through 11.8.50; 11.10 through 11.11.50; 11.20 through 11.21.51; Intel Server … Continued

This Week In Hardware Security 09/17/18

Bringing you the latest in Hardware Security every week! Researchers Hack And Steal A Model S; Tesla Says Vulnerability Now Fixed “Two Belgian security experts discovered an encryption flaw that let them drive away in a Tesla Model S without … Continued

This Week In Hardware Security 08/14/18

Bringing you the latest in Hardware Security every week! Hacker Finds Hidden ‘God Mode’ On Old X86 CPUs “Some x86 CPUs have hidden backdoors that let you seize root by sending a command to an undocumented RISC core that manages … Continued

This Week In Hardware Security 7/27/18

Bringing you the latest in Hardware Security every week! How To (Slowly) Steal Secrets Over The Network From Chip Security Holes: NetSpectre Summoned “Computer security researchers have devised a way to exploit the speculative-execution design flaws in modern processor chips … Continued