The FBI says small businesses across America are increasingly falling prey to cyberattacks and allowing criminals access into the nation's critical information technology infrastructure.
Intel's first attempt to mitigate two major vulnerabilities in its microprocessors led to PC reboot and behavior problems, so Microsoft has come out with Windows patches to fix Intel's fixes.
Cybercriminals are hacking cash machines to force them to give out money in what is known as "jackpotting," according to two of the world's largest ATM makers and the US Secret Service.
During Intel's earnings announcement, CEO Brian Krzanich said the company is updating its processors to prevent Spectre and Meltdown, two major vulnerabilities discovered last year.
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