Since January 2018, more than two dozen variants of Spectre and Meltdown have been discovered. These vulnerabilities exploit a CPU’s speculative execution technique, which is designed to optimize processor performance by predicting future tasks. While there has yet to be wide-spread Spectre/Meltdown exploit, organizations are still exposed due to the susceptibility found in chips by Intel, AMD, and ARM. In addition, patching guidance from chip manufacturers and software vendors has been misleading and quite confusing at times, leaving companies at odds as to how best to protect themselves should they face an exploit.
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