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If there's somethin' stored in a secure enclave, who ya gonna call? Membuster!

By Thomas Clabur 06 Dec 2019 at 19:12

Computer scientists from UC Berkeley, Texas A&M, and semiconductor biz SK Hynix have found a way to defeat secure enclave protections by observing memory requests from a CPU to off-chip DRAM through the memory bus. In a paper [PDF] titled, "An Off-Chip Attack on Hardware Enclaves via the Memory Bus," slated for inclusion in the 29th USENIX Security Symposium in August, 2020...

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