back to article Intel's latest patch set plugs some serious holes in CPU, Bluetooth, server, and – ironically – security lines

Intel has pushed out a raft of security advisories for June, bringing its total discovered "potential vulnerabilities" for the year to date to 132, only a quarter of which were reported by external contributors and the company's bug bounty programme. "Today we released 29 security advisories addressing 73 vulnerabilities," …

  1. Logiker72

    Lock ALL of it

    ...behind a firewall you can trust. Dont use Intel CPUs for the firewall.

  2. Ian 55

    How much slower does this set of microcode updates make the CPUs?

    Again.

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Soft is hard

    As the above comments indicate, it would be nice if article and headline made clear these are software bugs and fixes. "Intel" translates to 'hardware' for me, and obviously for the first two commenters above.

    1. Mike 16 Silver badge

      Re: Soft is hard

      Am I the only one to fear/suspect/assume the "bugs" were on the order of "We forgot to enable the backdoor in the BLE firmware. Gotta fix that" ?

    2. A random security guy

      Re: Soft is hard

      Sometimes the "software" is used to work around hardware bugs.

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