Obviously, Torvalds will not be taboo when it comes to these issues. Intel partners are quietly taking corrective action, but also specifically mentioned the existence of another AMD chip and ARM architecture loopholes - Spectre. Indeed, criticism has always been milder in the tech industry, but it does not work with Torvalds:
Or what Intel said is' We're always working and will always sell shit stuff to you, and decide not to fix it? '
Because if so, perhaps we should start to pay attention to ARM64.
Then please talk to management. Because I did see two possibilities:
Intel never intended to solve the problem
These workarounds may have ways to disable them.
Which one is that?
As of now, includingMicrosoft, Google, Apple, including a number of technology giant companies have taken remedial measures for the loopholes found. ARM gives developers and developers some helpful advice.
Intel is now accepting security surveys from investors, and at the same time it will have to face a bunch of litigation.