Internet traffic bound for Amazon's Route 53 cloud service was hijacked for two hours on Tuesday, using known weaknesses in the border gateway protocol, which is used for routing traffic around the globe.
A company that was asked to review a series of flaws claimed to be in some AMD processors says it recommended to the firm that found the flaws — the previously unknown Israel-based CTS Labs — that it disclose the vulnerabilities through a CERT advisory as is standard practice.
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