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Spectre and Meltdown company infrastructure


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#1 Bulgaristan

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Posted 18 January 2018 - 06:12 AM

Hello all,
I was trying to get some information about preventing Spectre and Meltdown in a company environment but unfortunately, there was not much information about it.
What I`m trying to understand is if I have completely patched servers including hardware firewall do I need to basically upgrade the firmware of every working station in the company in order to prevent intrusions?
And if any workstation has been compromised will that expose data stored or any servers?
I generally know how temporary files works still I was wondering if they can represent them self through the working station as a regular user?
I would be grateful for your thoughts on this.

Many thanks,
Andy 
 



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