Intel is currently facing multiple litigations due to underlying vulnerabilities in the CPU.According to the Gizmodo report, courts in the three states of California, Oregon and Indiana have received charges against Intel. These three are large-scale class-action lawsuits for several reasons, including Intel's delay in disclosing the underlying vulnerabilities in these CPUs / a few months after consumers were affected, and the SEC also opened the door for Intel CEO to sell off ahead of schedulestockInvestigation. Brian Krzanich is really under enormous public pressure.
"Meltdown" and "Specter" will pose a significant threat to Intel's processors, and even AMD and ARM. As early as 2005, researchers began to discuss chip security weaknesses. Subsequently, researchers continue to discover that there is a security risk in the core of Intel chips. Hone, a 22-year-old prodigy from Google, has discovered "meltdown" and "ghost" loopholes independently in April last year. After learning the chip loophole, Intel andMicrosoftCompanies, Google and other large technology companies, spent months secret development update fixes loopholes, and finally announced.