The chipmaker says that fixes for the recent chip vulnerabilities will not slow computers much.
Editor’s Remarks: Following the news that many of its chips were susceptible to cyber attacks due to a design flaw, Intel claims that the potential fix will not slow computer devices by more than 10%. In fact, test results released on Wednesday show that most PCs are barely affected, while ongoing tests will clarify the situation with regards to servers. The flaw was picked up at the tail end of last year by Google researchers who found that the design used in processors running nearly on all computers and phones might give hackers access to protected data.
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