As it's been mentioned, it's not always questionable websites. Security patches come after an exploit, so it's never safe to assume you're 100% secure on unquestionable sites.Vistiting questionable sites without addons blocked or disabled?
Welp, to keep it simple, you are right. But before this exploit existince people should have always practiced better online security. I don’t doubt normal sites or ads being infected can cause issues. My argument is that people should have always been using the “trust no one” mentality.As it's been mentioned, it's not always questionable websites. Security patches come after an exploit, so it's never safe to assume you're 100% secure on unquestionable sites.
I could be off base here as we are out of my realm of expertise, but even if that did bypass the problem, I believe bare metal hyper visors that data centers are using can only be installed 1 per machine. At that point you would pretty much be giving each customer a dedicated box which defeats the entire point of shared hosting.My understanding is that if the server resource vendor puts you under your own hypervisor, that no one else is using, the only data you could access with this hack is your own.
Not that scary, but maybe not as efficient a work-around as the resource vendor would like.
so... i realize im going a bit off topic here... but your definition of "pro trump" is anyone that does not relentlessly bash him 24/7?Take a look at the person you quoted. Then remember Intel's CEO came out as pro-Trump (meaning he didn't relentlessly bash Trump 24/7). The picture becomes stupidly clear, even if you don't want it to be.