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[Phoronix] Intel Confirms CET Security Support For Tiger Lake

Source: https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...CET-Tiger-Lake

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Intel is confirming today that Control-Flow Enforcement Technology (Intel CET) will premiere with upcoming mobile Tiger Lake processors.

CET works by preventing ROP and COP/JOP style attacks through indirect branch tracking and a shadow stack. For nearly three years we have been talking about Control-Flow Enforcement Technology with the open-source Intel developers doing a fairly punctual job plumbing it into the open-source compilers, the necessary Linux kernel changes, etc. Just last month I provided the current state of Intel CET on Linux with most patches under review or landed but due to the GCC 11 requirement will not be all stabilized until early next year.
https://newsroom.intel.com/editorial...ats/#gs.8og8t3
https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/...n/ba-p/1247815

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Hope this means 'Intel' stops appearing in the headlines followed by "vulnerabilities" in the near future. The next time I hear "Intel" in the news, it better be followed by "burning down its 14nm fabs"
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Hope this means 'Intel' stops appearing in the headlines followed by "vulnerabilities" in the near future. The next time I hear "Intel" in the news, it better be followed by "burning down its 14nm fabs"
Many of these vulnerabilities have been present in Intel chips going back a decade. Intel need to start burning down their HQ instead of just their 14nm fabs.

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