A rootkit aimed at Linux systems running on the x86, ARM and embedded platforms has been in development since last year and runs in user mode on an affected system, according to researchers at Trend Micro.
Japanese megacorp SoftBank has offered to buy ARM, the company behind the processors used in smartphones and tablets, for tens of billions of dollars.
The era of desktop and notebook computers may be drawing to a close, but the hybrid, detachable, two-in-one is on a rapid ascent. Specifically the Windows based, x86 version.
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