11:30PM Thursday 15 March
In light of the recent announcement of potential vulnerabilities in Ryzen processors, two stories have emerged. Firstly, that AMD processors could have secondary vulnerabilities in the secure processor and ASMedia chipsets. Read More »
338 Days Ago CTS Labs has received scrutiny this week for its decision to publicize the flaws it claims to have located in AMD's chipsets and Secure Processor architecture rather than pursue the traditional responsible vulnerability disclosure model.
338 Days Ago CTS Labs CTO has written a letter addressing and defending his company's disclosure of various vulnerabilities in AMD's Ryzen CPU and chipsets, but his explanation raises more questions than it answers.
332 Days Ago Amid the tumult that CTS Labs stirred up with its questionably-conducted disclosure of a range of potential vulnerabilities in AMD hardware last week, it's important to remember that those vulnerabilities are, by the accounts of all who have seen proof-of-concept code, legitimate.
338 Days Ago A shady financial firm tried to bury and short sell AMD based on several security vulnerabilities discovered by CTS Labs. But the tactic appears to have failed.
340 Days Ago Through the advent of Meltdown and Spectre, there is a heightened element of nervousness around potential security flaws in modern high-performance processors, especially those that deal with the core and critical components of company business and international infrastructure.
339 Days Ago CTS Labs, an Israeli security research firm, purports to have discovered 13 separate security vulnerabilities related to AMD hardware across four categories of exploits. This surprise news arrives without any form of coordinated disclosure or pre-developed vendor mitigations.