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Michael Schwarz
InfoSec Faculty @ . Side-channel attacks. Exploiting microarchitectures.
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Black Hat 22h
& & will present ‘Store-to-Leak Forwarding: There and Back Again’ at and outline a countermeasure that prevents all known microarchitectural KASLR breaks, including Store-to-leak, Fallout, and DrK.
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Daniel Gruss Sep 19
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Daniel Gruss Sep 18
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Daniel Gruss Sep 18
At 2020 this year: 1. The Evil Alt-Ego by et al 2. Page Cache Attacks with 3. Complexity killed Security (Friday Keynote) by me [1/2]
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Black Hat Sep 15
Get an overview of microarchitectural attacks and defenses, including ways of mounting well-known microarchitectural attacks without relying on any hardware effects in Briefing , &
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Thorsten Holz Sep 14
The public PhD defense of just started via a video conference, a bit of an unusual experience due to Corona. The thesis is one of the strongest PhD theses I have ever read!
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Black Hat Sep 8
Update: Keynotes Announced! Day 1: Gaurav Keerthi, Deputy Chief Executive, Cyber Security Agency of Singapore Day 2: Daniel Gruss, Assistant Professor, Graz University of Technology
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Daniel Moghimi Sep 4
I just passed my PhD area exam. Here are the slides for my presentation: Thanks for great comments and feedback. Looking forward to the defense.
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Black Hat Aug 31
In this Briefing, & shows that Meltdown is still an issue on modern CPUs and presents ZombieLoad - a Meltdown-type attack which leaks data across multiple privilege boundaries. Register before 9/2 to save on registration
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Roderick Bloem Aug 26
Ist das schon wieder so einer der unsere Rechner kaputt macht?
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VLO group Graz Aug 26
Sehr wichtige und spannende Arbeit von ! Im Hintergrund des Fotos sieht man au­ßer­dem, dass uns der Austausch mit KollegInnen in der Kaffeepause wichtig ist. 🙂☕️
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Black Hat Aug 20
Briefing ‘Store-to-Leak Forwarding: There and Back Again’ will outline a countermeasure that prevents all known microarchitectural KASLR breaks, including Store-to-leak, Fallout, and DrK.
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Black Hat Aug 19
Get an overview of microarchitectural attacks and defenses, including ways of mounting well-known microarchitectural attacks without relying on any hardware effects in Briefing with , &
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Michael Schwarz Aug 18
Replying to @anders_fogh
Thanks!
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Michael Schwarz Aug 18
Replying to @lavados @CISPA
Thanks Daniel! I can say the same about you, it is always a pleasure working with you.
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Daniel Gruss Aug 18
And now that I have your attention: So happy for (and a bit proud) that he's now faculty and hiring students for his own group. He's not only talented and clever, but also kind and supportive. Definitely the PhD advisor you're looking for!
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Daniel Moghimi Aug 13
The session on Microarchitectural attacks was fun! with and chairing. Here are the slides for my talk on "Medusa: Microarchitectural Data Leakage via Automated Attack Synthesis"
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Jo Van Bulck Aug 10
Interesting paper, shines stimulating new light on 4 yrs of uarch research: why prefetch attacks were essentially inadvertent gadgets; use w/ to leak secrets not initially in L1$. Empirical science is driven by critical re-assessments and refining hypotheses!
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Eduard Kovacs Aug 7
Researchers discover that the Foreshadow vulnerabilities affecting Intel processors can still be exploited, despite the mitigations and patches rolled out in 2018 when it was disclosed.
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Michael Schwarz Aug 7
Replying to @danielmgmi @CISPA
Thanks. Yes, definitely
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