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2018-05-29 | Spectre-style attacks, reCAPTCHA bypass via http parameter pollution, and Blockchain gators as APTs

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This vulnerability (CVE-2018-3639) is the latest example of flaws discovered by a recent focus on the fundamental elements of modern computing, vulnerabilities that cross numerous hardware and software platforms. While the flaws require a sophisticated attacker to exploit, customers should act quickly to apply both hardware and software updates to reduce the risk of exploitation.

Chris Robinson, Manager of Product Security Assurance, Red Hat


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