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Responsive image A report in the German computer magazine site Heise (in German: Super-GAU für Intel: Weitere Spectre-Lücken im Anflug) suggests that eight new vulnerabilities were reported to Intel recently. Intel gave four of the eight vulnerabilities a severity rating of high and the remaining four a severity rating of medium according to Heise.

Maybe some of those?
CVE-2018-9056
CVE-2017-5754
CVE-2017-5753
CVE-2017-5727
CVE-2017-5715
CVE-2017-5696

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