In the midst of controversy over the Specter and Meltdown vulnerabilities, a security flaw has also been discovered in AMD’s PSP, an acronym that refers to the “Platform Security Processor”. It is a layer present in the processors of the firm of Sunnyvale that provides administrative functions similar to the “Management Engine” of the Intel processors, which as we know also was recently object of controversy for a major security breach.

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