Intel: “We imagine an particular person with access downloaded and shared this data”
A misconfigured Akamai CDN (articles supply community) server and files with the password “intel123” have been pinpointed as the apparent cause of a major leak from Intel which has viewed 20GB of resource code, schematics and other sensitive data revealed on line.
The leak, posted past night by Tillie Kottman, an IT guide dependent in Switzerland, is made up of files offered to partners and shoppers by chip maker Intel less than non-disclosure settlement (NDA), and contains resource code, development and debugging equipment and schematics, equipment and firmware for the company’s unreleased Tiger Lake system.
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In a now-deleted write-up, the alleged resource of the leak explained: “They have a company hosted on line by Akami CDN that was not effectively protected. Following an online-extensive