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NewsPoster Sep 24, 2013 12:14 PM
Forums: new Intel chips pose a security threat and more
Today in the <em>MacNN</em> forums, Junior Member "Ron K" shared some information about the new Intel chips and how they <a href="">may be hackable</a> even if the computer is turned off. Forum members continue to discuss rumors surrounding the release of <a href="">Haswell powered iMacs</a>.
<br><br /><br />A frustrated "Fresh-Faced Recruit" turned to the forums looking for a reason why Safari reloads every time they <a href="" rel='nofollow'>"back-arrow"</a> to a previous page. One Junior Member took to the forums after installing <a href="" rel='nofollow'>iOS 7 on their iPhone 5</a> and having an annoying pop up window that says "Connect to iTunes to Use Push Notifications." Junior Member "holderlin" has been having trouble with <a href="" rel='nofollow'>OpenGL support in VLC</a> and they turned to the forums for some advice. <br />
shifuimam Sep 24, 2013 12:25 PM
The new Intel CPUs do not pose a security threat. vPro has been around since the Core2Duo era, and it's used by system administrators, not the government.
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