CPUs

One of the key tenets of having good security is reducing how attackable your system is. This is what we call an attack surface – a system needs as few attack surfaces as possible, and as small as possible, to minimize any potential unwarranted intrusion. Beyond that, any additional security to detect and protect is vital. Both hardware and software can be used for that layer of additional security, and it becomes particularly important when dealing with virtualization, especially when it comes to virtual and physical attacks. In order to create a more unified system, Microsoft’s Pluton Security Processor, which works with Windows, is coming to the three major hardware vendors that implement the OS: AMD, Intel, and Qualcomm. What makes this different is...

AMD K6-300

1 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 7/20/1998

AMD K6-2

1 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 5/27/1998

AMD K6-266

0 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 2/5/1998

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