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Computer Security: Preventing attacks made possible by Meltdown/Spectre: 'DAWG' system breaks up cache memory more efficiently to defend against 'timing attacks'
In contrast, the MIT CSAIL team's approach is the equivalent of building walls to split the kitchen into separate spaces, and ensuring that everyone only knows their own ingredients and appliances. (This approach is a form of so-called "secure way partitioning"; the "chefs," in the case of cache memory, are referred to as "protection domains.")
security  computer  science  vulnerability 
yesterday by emkay
Researcher finds simple way of backdooring Windows PCs and nobody notices for ten months | ZDNet
A security researcher from Colombia has found a way of gaining admin rights and boot persistence on Windows PCs that's simple to execute and hard to stop --all the features that hackers and malware authors are looking for from an exploitation technique. What's more surprising, is that the technique was first detailed way back in December 2017
security  computer  windows  vulnerability 
2 days ago by emkay

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