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For DDR4: One DRAM manufacturer, Micron, indicated that they are putting rowhammer mitigations into some of their DDR4 DRAM (see this data sheet). Other manufacturers might be doing the same. Note that it is not necessarily true that "DDR4 is OK". There's nothing in the DDR4 standard that makes DDR4 memory safer than DDR3 memory -- the DDR4 standard does ...


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Basically most DRAM (dynamic-Random-Access-Memory) modules are vulnerable to rowhammer. If you want to be secure from the possibility of switching bits (after hourlong 'hammering', ofc), all SRAM (static-Random-Access-Memory) modules will do. SRAM is mostly used in Servers, it is more expensive but more stable (and in this case secure) against flipping ...


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EMET software participates in a defence-in-depth approach of security. It adds an effective supplementary security layer when an attacker manages to successfully exploit a vulnerable software without being blocked by the anti-virus. However, in such domain is an endless race, since while EMET is getting more popular, attackers will try to craft their ...


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EDIT: The OP has TOTALLY modified his question by reediting it AFTER I answered him, so my actual answer seems to be an answer to an other question. So please stop being chatty and take time to read the comments above before you add yours and restart the same conversation with me. was the Microsoft EMET effective in protecting user from Hacking team ...


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I have read somewhere that it could be dangerous to use unknown networks When one mentions "unknown networks", it usually means some public networks like cybercafe, airports, and other public places. As long as you are speaking with your home, then the network is known because you have access to all configuration and under normal circumstances all ...


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The router cannot open ports in your computer since the OS is the only responsible to manage it. A software firewall can mitigate some risks, however you are still exposed to the following when connecting to an unknown network: All traffic not encrypted can be easily sniffed You are exposed to DNS related attacks being redirected to malicious websites Man ...



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