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Epic Games blames the Meltdown CPU bug on Fortnight Nights

via:cnBeta.COM     time:2018/1/7 11:08:16     readed:67

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The chart shows that after a patch, CPU usage has increased by about 20%. Epic Games is also using this chart to publicly explain the log-in and stability issues that Fortress Night suffered earlier.

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Epic Games spokesman said they allcloud serviceHave been affected by the Meltdown vulnerabilities, and because they rely heavily on cloud services, it also means they have to experience the resulting problems. The company said new problems will likely emerge in the coming week as they have teamed up with cloud service providers to address and prevent more problems.

As for Intel, the firmware update has already been started. The Meltdown and Specter vulnerabilities affect virtually every device manufactured over the past 20 years, and attackers will be able to access the memory they are attacking by running JavaScript code in their browser. Currently, cloud platforms face the greatest risk because a large number of users are sharing a single CPU, which will definitely result in a large number of users being implicated once they are attacked. Cloud service providers are already rapidly pushing for remediation efforts, and Intel said they have made significant progress.

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