Is there a common name for a software defect that leads to unexpected transfer of secret over the wire?
Suppose in a C++ program I use a memory region for temporarily storing an encryption key and don't overwrite that region afterwards. Then my program wants to send a data packet over the network. Due ...
Given the ability to read (but not write) arbitrary kernel memory as an unprivileged user, what approaches might one take to gain additional privileges on the system? Ignoring the 'trivial' method of ...
Short of powering down and maintaining physical security for sufficient time, what are effective strategies for keeping keys from being disclosed by cold-boot attacks, and can anything be done without ...
So there are so many pen-testing tools that perform a memory dump on the system. How exactly do they work - what exactly happens ?
getting ready to delve into the technical world of vulnerability assessment, and I have two questions about where to find certain information. First, I plan on reading "Understanding the Linux ...
I sometimes hear that encryption is used for the RAM Memory, but I don't really understand why this is needed. Why is RAM Memory needed to be encrypted? and is this done by the hardware, the ...