Speculative Store Buffer Bypass is a security vulnerability that allows unauthorized users to steal sensitive information through websites. Similar to the Spectre and Meltdown threats in early 2018, it exploits speculative execution--a process most computers use to speed up routine tasks (to learn more about speculative execution, watch our previous video Spectre and Meltdown in 3 Minutes - https://youtu.be/syAdX44pokE).
This 3 minute video shows you how Speculative Store Buffer Bypass is different and what’s being done about it.
Technical information about Speculative Store Buffer Bypass and how to protect your systems can be found at Red Hat's Customer Portal - https://red.ht/ssbd
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