Researchers claim to find many critical AMD chip flaws -- only give
AMD 24 hours notice before going public

http://www.tomshardware.com/news/amd-flaws-ryzenfall-masterkey-fallout-chimera,36656.html

        CTS-Labs, an Israel-based security company, released a "severe
        security advisory on AMD processors" that alleges AMD's Ryzen
        and EPYC processors are susceptible to 13 critical security
        vulnerabilities that span four different classes. The company
        has classified the categories as Ryzenfall, Masterkey,
        Fallout, and Chimera.

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The big story here is that these "researchers" only gave AMD 24 hours
notice of their findings, instead of the normal 90 days, before going
on this self-promotion binge. CRIMINAL!

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