ROYAL OAK – Cybersecurity expert Richard Stiennon joined us on M2 TechCast to scare the heck out of us on what the bad folks are doing in 2018 to hack your computer network. The two latest villains are Meltdown and Spector, which exploit fundamental flaws in the way memory chips are designed. As it turns out, the chip design error gives hackers an easy way to steal your password. The even scarier part is these new threats will be served up through Malvertising, malevolent ads used as a gateway to your computer. Great start to 2018, right?

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