Oracle gets busy with Lazy FPU fix, adds more CPU Spectre-protectors
Oracle Linux and VM get their innoculations
Oracle has released fixes for Spectre v3a, Spectre v4, and the “Lazy FPU” vulnerability.
As Oracle's director of security assurance Eric Maurice explained, the patches apply to both Oracle Linux and Oracle VM and the associated Intel microcode.
The company was also busy on Friday with fixes for admins with systems that use its Ksplice no-reboot patches.
The company's also announced improved fixes for the Spectre v2 mitigations (Intel and AMD), again for Oracle Linux 6 and 7. ®
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