Companies have released patches against the vulnerability called ZombieLoad from Intel chips.
Large-scale technology companies have begun to take steps in the vulnerability that has affected almost all Intel chips since 2011. On Tuesday, the researchers shared the details of the vulnerability called Zombieland. The vulnerability leaves sensitive data, such as passwords, secret messages, on processors unprotected.
If you have Intel chipsets, you may need to update.
Apple released a fix for all Mac and MacBooks released after 2011. The technology giant said on Monday that all systems using macOS Mojave 10.14.5 were patched. This will prevent attacks from Safari and other applications. Many users will not notice a performance drop on their device, but some Mac users may experience a performance reduction of up to 40%. iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch are not affected by errors reported.
Google, the browser and search engine company, has confirmed that it has released a patch against ZombieLoad. Google said that them majority söyl of Android devices is not affected, but only devices using Intel need patches.
Like the Chromebook, Chrome Os devices were already protected in the latest version, but the new version will send permanent patches to the devices. Google said that in addition to Windows and Mac devices should be sure to patch.
Microsoft has also released a patch for the operating system and cloud system. According to a TechNet report, the company said its customers may need to get microcode updates directly from device manufacturers for processors
Microsoft is introducing its own microcode updates to its users through Windows Update. The company said in a statement that Microsoft Azure users are already protected.
A spokesman from Amazon said the update for the company’s cloud service, Amazon Web Services. The AWS infrastructure has been designed and implemented to protect against such errors. In addition, additional guards were deployed to protect against this attack.