Researchers claim chip security flaw

Monday, 20 November 2006, 12:30 AM EST

Researchers have discovered a fundamental flaw in microprocessor technology that could allow hackers to obtain computer users' information, a French newspaper has reported.

A team led by German cryptology expert Jean-Pierre Seifert has discovered that chips are now more vulnerable because of the way they are manufactured to process data more quickly.

At Australian IT.

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