Recently, a series of high-profile security flaws were found in Intel’s processors, dating back years, which seriously impacted the chip-maker’s reputation, and in a new security report the company claims it has doubled down on fixing those issues and ensuring that nothing like that happens again.

According to the report, in 2019, Intel’s own security team uncovered 144 of the 236 (61%) of the Common Vulnerability and Exposures (CVEs) that affected its products, while 92 were found by external researchers – with 70 of them being found thanks to Intel’s Bug Bounty program, which gives financial rewards to people for finding bugs.



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