1. Intel server-grade CPUs impacted by new NetCAT attack  ZDNet
  2. Weakness in Intel chips lets researchers steal encrypted SSH keystrokes  Ars Technica
  3. The NetCAT is out of the bag: Intel chipset exploited to sniff SSH passwords as they're typed over the network  The Register
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Academics develop new network-based attack that steals keystrokes from an active SSH session.Academics develop new network-based attack that steals keystrokes from an active SSH session.

Intel server-grade CPUs impacted by new NetCAT attack | ZDNet

DDIO makes servers faster. It can also allow rogue servers to covertly steal data.DDIO makes servers faster. It can also allow rogue servers to covertly steal data.

Weakness in Intel chips lets researchers steal encrypted SSH keystrokes | Ars Technica

Cunning data-snooping side-channel technique is tough to exploit, Chipzilla warns

The NetCAT is out of the bag: Intel chipset exploited to sniff SSH passwords as they're typed over the network • The Register