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Apple says pre-2011 Macs may not be patched against vulnerabilities similar to ZombieLoad in future

BGR India Friday, 17 May 2019
Apple has announced that a new speculative execution exploit affecting Intel CPU architecture named Zombieload could affect Mac computers with up to 40 percent drop in performance. The iPhone maker has posted a new document detailing how customers with Macs at heightened risk can enable full mitigation against the vulnerability. It notes that full mitigation […]
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