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1280 No. 1280 [Edit]
A bit late with this one, but whatever. To start off:
>> No. 1281 [Edit]
I wonder how many money the utorrent guys will make with this
>> No. 1282 [Edit]
Fuck utorrent. People should drop it faster than a hot potato.
>> No. 1283 [Edit]
It's been many years since it started to bloat. I've probably used Transmission the longest, but overall I recommend Deluge.
>> No. 1284 [Edit]
Glad I dropped that shit a while back. I've been using Deluge for a while now ever since somebody recommended it to me. It's not too bad.
>> No. 1285 [Edit]
I'm glad I stopped updating my copies years ago before they introduced ads.
I wont use a version past 1.8.1
>> No. 1605 [Edit]
Look forward to your slower computers, folks.

Post edited on 3rd Jan 2018, 5:07pm
>> No. 1606 [Edit]
They claim AMD is affected too, but they don't know how yet. What a bummer.
>> No. 1607 [Edit]
From what I've gathered there are two exploits, meltdown and spectre. Meltdown is intel only and effects everything they've made going back 20 years save a few exceptions (some atom, itanium cpus). Spectre has a few variants which effect Intel, AMD, and some mobile chips. I forget which, but I believe only one or two effect AMD, and for those it is harder due to architecture. That's all I got off the top of my head. AMD made a statement about that which is on their site explaining it better.

Post edited on 5th Jan 2018, 2:18pm
>> No. 1608 [Edit]
Windows is supposed to be releasing a band aid patch on the 9th for this. they're saying now it can be as bad as 30% slowdown due to the memory leaks and that this makes computers very vulnerable to hacking. All we can do is wait for windows and Intel to work something out.
>> No. 1609 [Edit]
Windows 10 has a patch I believe, 7 does too but not sure if that's pushed to windows update yet.
>> No. 1629 [Edit]
Here's a test to see if you browser is spectre-proof:

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