Apple: “Meltdown and Specter errors are all about us, we have a fix.”

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Apple on its pages published a technical report where vulnerabilities using speculative instructional instructions in modern processors also He suspects that Meltdown's repairs have already been released in macOS 10.13.2, iOS 11.2 and tvOS 11.2 (watchOS vulnerable), and the error is “not only” Intel's processors, but also Apple's Axes

According to internal december h tests did not have any major impact on GeekBench 4 performance or Speedometer, JetStream or ARES-6 web-based testers, but this does not mean that in other applications (many systems utilizing calls) performance drops will not occur.

Spectre at iOS, tvOS, watchOS and macOS

At Spectre and its two vulnerabilities, Apple says the risk is all threatened by all of its systems, including watchOS. Just like Google's security experts, however, Specter is very abusive. Exploity on local applications should not go through an access control (Mac) App Story, so the applications installed in the official way will be trouble-free

Specter is however easier to be exploited through javascript, Apple is about to update the iOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS soon to the Safari Safari. This fix also has no significant impact on performance. In Speedometer and ARES-6 tests, it is unremarkable, with JetStream reaching a 2.5% reduction in performance