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Moritz Lipp Mar 6
With "Take A Way: Exploring the Security Implications of AMD’s Cache Way Predictors", we reverse-engineered AMD's L1D cache way predictor, resulting in two new attack techniques. Accepted @ '20 - - /cc
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Eric Smith Mar 6
Replying to @mlqxyz @duxcode and 3 others
Uhm hi could you comment on that please?
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Eric Smith Mar 6
Replying to @mlqxyz @duxcode and 4 others
credit to for finding this section.
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Daniel Gruss Mar 6
You will find this in almost all of my papers, finding flaws in various processors and other things. Intel funds some of my students. If one of these students co-authors a paper, we acknowledge the gift of course.
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lí ḃaao
Thanks a lot for your work! I find it hard to read a paper which is irrelevant to my profession. Is this vulnerability as severe as Meltdown or Zombieload?
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Daniel Gruss Mar 7
Certainly not. The attacks leak a few bit of meta-data. Meltdown and Zombieload leak tons of actual data.
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pharotek Mar 9
Replying to @lavados @gnyueh and 6 others
So this is not prevented by any existing mitigations, correct?
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