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Hackers stole and made public the source code of Intel Alder Lake processors

The source code for Intel Alder Lake processors has appeared on the Web. The data is written to a 2.8 GB file.

The file contains a lot of important data, including BIOSand motherboard chipset information for 12th Gen Core processors. At the same time, it is not known whether the microcode of the Alder Lake processor is contained in the leak.

But Intel may not be involved in the leak, as some of the "leaked" data refers to Lenovo. Maybe just one of Intel's partners became the source of the leak.