THE discovery of Specter or Meltdown vulnerability in Intel, AMD, and ARM processor chips has set the tone for cybersecurity situation in 2018. Virtually all electronic devices that are built on these chips, the basic design of which apparently dates back to 1995, are rendered vulnerable to exploitation by attackers. The vulnerability can allow attackers to access parts of the processor chips, earlier thought to be inaccessible, to scan for sensitive data. Chip manufacturers and software companies are now in a rush to devise patches aimed at resolving the vulnerability.

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