The RAMBleed vulnerability uses Rowhammer induced bitflips to derive contents of memory that it should not have access to. This works with ECC RAM too. It is definitely scary.

  • Is this vulnerability even feasible for a real attack?
  • How should operators react to this in general?
  • Should Js be turned off in browsers entirely?
  • What are the implications for virtualized environments?

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