Intel stops Spectre v2 patch for older computers: Should you be worried?

Leading chip-maker Intel, which is under fire for flaws in processor design that rendered millions of computer and mobile devices vulnerable to security threats like Spectre and Meltdown, the company has issued a new updated Microcode Revision Guidance (MRG) report with a list of chipsets, which won’t get security software patch.

In the new update, Intel has admitted that it won’t be able to fix the Spectre v2 flaw in as many as 230 older chipset variants used in thousands of branded computers across the world.

Read why you should be worried that Intel is not issuing security fix for Meltdown and Spectre vulnerability for old computers on IBTimes.

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