Researchers explore RAMBleed attack in pilfering data

Sometimes it feels as though nary a day goes by without someone sounding the alarm on a new security vulnerability. More recently, there has been a lot of hoopla over side-channel exploits, such as Spectre and Meltdown, and various other variants. Here is another one to add to your mental catalog of exploits—RAMBleed. A team of researchers

Researchers explore RAMBleed attack in pilfering data

Do you remember Rowhammer, where an attacker could flip bits in the memory space of other processes?

Sat 15 Jun 19 from TechXplore

RAMBleed Exploit Inflicts Rowhammer-Style Attack On Private Data From PC Memory

Sometimes it feels as though nary a day goes by without someone sounding the alarm on a new security vulnerability. More recently, there has been a lot of hoopla over side-channel exploits, ...

Thu 13 Jun 19 from HotHardware

Researchers use Rowhammer bit flips to steal 2048-bit crypto key

RAMBleed side-channel attack works even when DRAM is protected by error-correcting code.

Tue 11 Jun 19 from Arstechnica

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