Windows 10: Kernel memory leaking Intel processor design flaw

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  1.    04 Jan 2018 #60

    somewhat nonsense. there are people on windows defender who haven't got it. there are people who's on patched a/v with the registry entry they stated in the bulletin who haven't got it.

    but yes, some a/v aren't compatible yet.
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  2. Cliff S's Avatar
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       04 Jan 2018 #61

    essenbe said: View Post
    But the cumulative update has killed AI Suite3
    I have applied the new BIOS update, still didn't help.
    I have uninstalled and reinstalled, no dice.
    I have even tried just installing only the individual parts(there are three in total)... no joy either.
    AI Suite is trashed, just like MSI's Command Center was after the spring Creators update, causing anything to do with RAM not to show or work.

    It's the server that has been killed in AI Suite though, so not a thing will work.
    I'm starting to think Microsoft doesn't like it when Motherboard vendors software can talk to BIOS.
    What's next on the4ir list, Video card software?
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       04 Jan 2018 #62

    Oh crap, I just started "pondering" again(nothing good ever comes from that).

    What about all those IoT, and smart devices that have a CPU?

    Hack-a-geddon!

    I mean a smart fridge?
    Those hackers will look at it's database, and know how much beer is in it, right?
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       04 Jan 2018 #63

    I mentioned IoT and other aspects (namely cloud computing) as being the biggest targets.
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  5.    04 Jan 2018 #64

    unless you got your credit card details in there to make it easier for beer autobuy.
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       04 Jan 2018 #67

    Do they honestly expect users to go to their board manufacturer's website and download/install driver updates? This should be pushed through Windows Update to mitigate the damage in my opinion. Or is the KB update that got pushed yesterday for W10 enough?
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       04 Jan 2018 #68

    Faith said: View Post
    Do they honestly expect users to go to their board manufacturer's website and download/install driver updates? This should be pushed through Windows Update to mitigate the damage in my opinion. Or is the KB update that got pushed yesterday for W10 enough?
    Windows Update has never sent out BIOS updates. They are always handled by your Board Manufacturer or computer manufacturer. This is nothing new.
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  10.    04 Jan 2018 #69

    Faith said: View Post
    Do they honestly expect users to go to their board manufacturer's website and download/install driver updates? This should be pushed through Windows Update to mitigate the damage in my opinion. Or is the KB update that got pushed yesterday for W10 enough?
    Microsoft said that they're pushing out firmware updates for their Surface products, so apparently it's not enough.
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