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That could result in the slowing down of home and work computers, as well as cloud services that host popular sites and services.
Intel's statement said that "any performance impacts are workload-dependent, and, for the average computer user, should not be significant and will be mitigated over time." Gruss told that general browsing and low processor-intensive work are less likely to be affected by any slow downs.
An emaciated man survived 16 months adrift at sea, eating turtles, birds and fish and drinking turtle blood, having floated up to 8,000 miles from Mexico to a remote Pacific atoll, it was claimed on Friday.
The man, who was dressed only in ragged underpants when he came ashore, apparently set off from Mexico heading for El Salvador in September 2012.
Microsoft and Amazon have announced scheduled downtime of their cloud services in the coming days.
Google, whose Project Zero team was credited with finding the vulnerability, said in a blog post that, "as we learned of this new class of attack, our security and product development teams mobilized to defend Google's systems and our users' data." "We have updated our systems and affected products to protect against this new type of attack," the blog post said, and listed vulnerable and affected software.
Ebon, which has a population of around 1,000, is an atoll of 22 small islands that makes up part of the Marshall Islands.
Details of his survival are not clear, Mr Fjeldstad added, but he said his name was Jose Ivan.
Android devices with the latest patches are not vulnerable.
Microsoft said in a brief statement that it has been "working closely with chip manufacturers to develop and test mitigations to protect our customers," and is "in the process of deploying mitigations to cloud services and are releasing security updates today to protect Windows customers against vulnerabilities." Amazon said in a statement that "all but a small single-digit percentage" of instances on its cloud EC2 service are already protected, and more will follow.
Read More The researchers who discovered the vulnerabilities, dubbed "Meltdown" and "Spectre," said that "almost every system," since 1995, including computers and phones, is affected by the bug.
The researchers verified their findings on Intel chips dating back to 2011, and released their own proof-of-concept code to allow users to test their machines.
Behind the scenes, tech giants were already working on a coordinated response to issue critical patches to their customers, and their own systems.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating