Researchers find new vulnerability in Apple’s M1 chip

Researchers find new vulnerability in Apple’s M1 chip

PACMAN attack drives the CPU crazy.

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While Apple's M1 processors have helped the Mac reach new performance heights, a few reports have exposed potential security issues with the System on a Chip. The latest report comes from MIT CSAIL, whose research has found a way to defeat what is called the last line of security on the M1 SoC.

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