Jan 16th 2018
Security Now 646
This week we discuss more trouble with Intel's AMT, what does Skype's use of Signal really mean, the UK's data protection legislation gives researchers a bit of relief, the continuing winding down of HTTP, "progress" on the development of Meltdown attacks, Google successfully tackles the hardest-to-fix Spectre concern with a Return Trampoline, some closing the loop feedback with our terrific listeners, and the evolving landscape of Meltdown and Spectre, including Steve's just completed "InSpectre" test & explanation utility.
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