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Old 3rd August, 2006, 03:26 PM
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Intel announces security flaw in Centrino WiFi chipset

Intel announces security flaw in Centrino WiFi chipset
Written by Daniel
Thursday, 03 August 2006
Intel's Centrino Vulnerability

AUGUST 2, 2006 | Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC - message board) has revealed security flaws in its Centrino WiFi chipset that could potentially affect many users that are running the silicon in their laptops.

The chipmaker has warned users to update their drivers after it revealed that Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT - message board) drivers for its top-selling chipset could potentially allow hackers to wirelessly spread worms and viruses between machines.
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