Intel, Microsoft to use GPU to scan memory for malware
Apr17

Intel, Microsoft to use GPU to scan memory for malware

Intel Skylake die shot. (credit: Intel) Since the news of the Metldown and Spectre attacks earlier this year, Intel has been working to reassure the computer industry that it takes security issues very seriously and that, in spite of the Meltdown issue, the Intel platform is a sound choice the security conscious. To that end, the company is announcing some new initiatives that use features specific to the Intel hardware platform to...

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