Article Intel Recommends Disabling Hyper-Threading as it Reveals New Spectre Attack

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That is a good point Karadjgne made. I think Intel needs to do something about this, however, if you are careful it shouldn't affect you. If i used Intel I would keep HT on and just don't download fishy programs and make sure antimalware is up to date. This is good advice for any tech user whether ARM, AMD, Intel, Via, or really anything.
 

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Gonna be a hard one. Intel has a lot of spare money to make sure they don't lose a case. (lawyers etc)
Apple is being sued for their app store being only way to get apps onto devices.

IMHO if they can be taken to court anyone can.



So hackers are seriously interested in getting to sensitive info, like online banking info, for the really broke ppl still running around on 2nd, 3rd and 4th gen pc's...
Hey now... I run my i3-4130 casue i enjoy it for my daily system!

aint broke just enjoy it.
 

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