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Old 05-19-2019, 04:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Flot View Post
While the exploit is real, there are much easier ways to steal your data from your average PC or Laptop. This vulnerability is much more significant in shared datacenters (Ie "the cloud") where it would be possible for one customer who is using a server to exploit the vulnerability and in theory see data from another customer on the same server...
No Sir, the "Cloud" is all AMD. If you have a core I7 or core I5 pc look and see if the latest OS update turned off hyperthreading, bet you're has been turned off, this laptop's hyperthreading has been turned off by MS w10 update.

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