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More information on NetCAT

Intel's response to NetCAT research published by VU Amsterdam in September 2019

More information on SMoTherSpectre

Intel's response to SMoTherSpectre research published by IBM Research and EPFL in March 2019

More Information on PortSmash

Intel's response to PortSmash research published by Tampere University of Technology and Technical University of Havana in November 2018

Intel's response to Thunderbolt™ security research published by Eindhoven University in February 2020

More information on NetSpectre

Intel's response to NetSpectre research published by Graz University of Technology in July 2018

Intel's response to transient execution research published by Graz University of Technology, imec-DistriNet, KU Leuven, and College of William and Mary in November 2018

More Information on Spoiler

Intel's response to Spoiler research published by Worcester Polytechnic Institute and University of Lübeck in March 2019

More Information on Thunderclap

Intel's response to Thunderclap research published by University of Cambridge, Rice University, and SRI International* in February 2019

More Information on RAMBleed

Intel's response to RAMBleed research published by University of Michigan, Graz University of Technology, and University of Adelaide in June 2019

Intel's response to SWAPGS and speculative segment load research published by BitDefender* in August 2019

Intel's response to Bluetooth® security research published by Singapore University of Technology and Design, CISPA, and University of Oxford in August 2019

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