Global technology firm Intel Corporation (Intel) confirmed a data leak after 20GB of its confidential proprietary data was made available online. Not long after, Intel also published the details of a critical-severity vulnerability affecting a range of its products, including motherboards and server systems. An anonymous hacker claimed to have obtained the data, from an insecure Akamai server; however, Intel says the leak originated with its Resource and Design Center and that someone with legitimate access released the data. It is likely that more confidential data belonging to Intel will be leaked in the short-term future (one to three months) and that threat actors will capitalize on future vulnerabilities in Intel products to gain access to more sensitive data.
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