Microsoft gives sysadmins Meltdown and Spectre detection in Windows Analytics
Wednesday, 14 February 2018 Microsoft has released an update to its free Windows Analytics tool, givingsystem administrators a new way to check for the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities. The update not only makes it possible to see whether firmware patches are already installed or if they are needed, but also helps sysadmins to determine whether the patches are causing problems of their own. The checking tool is available for fully updated versions of Windows 7 through Windows 10. See also: Tests show how much Meltdown fixes will hit Linux system performance Intel releases updated Spectre and Meltdown patches for Skylake systems Intel tells customers… [Continue Reading]
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