Security firm Check Point Research has revived the controversy over the flaws reported in some AMD processors by Israel-based CTS Labs last week, by saying that the way publication was done was "very irresponsible".
A surge of short-selling of AMD shares preceded the release of information on Tuesday about 13 flaws in some of the company's processors by Israel-based CTS Labs, a report claims.
Security researchers from a previously unknown Israeli company, CTS Labs, have disclosed 13 flaws in AMD processors. All can be taken advantage of only by an attacker who has already gained admin privileges within the system in question.
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