Security researchers at Bitdefender have discovered a way of exploiting a flaw in Intel chips that could be used to steal passwords and encryption keys.
A vulnerability in Qualcomm chips could be exploited by attackers to retrieve encryption keys and sensitive information from the chipsets’ secure execution environment, NCC Group researchers have found. About CVE-2018-11976 The security of Trusted Execution Environments (TEEs) such as ARM TrustZone, which are widely used in both mobile and embedded devices and often share the same computational hardware as untrusted code, has been previously probed but not extensively. NCC Group researchers decided to specifically test … More
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