Mac Developer: DRAM bitflipping exploits that hijack computers just got easier | Ars Technica
DRAM bitflipping exploits that hijack computers just got easier | Ars Technica: "New research into the 'Rowhammer' bug that resides in certain types of DDR memory chips raises a troubling new prospect: attacks that use Web applications or booby-trapped videos and documents to trigger so-called bitflipping exploits that allow hackers to take control of vulnerable computers."
Hard to imagine building defences against bugs in the actual hardware.
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