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Will memory encryption (or compression) provided by Intel or AMD processors protect against attacks like HeartBleed or similar memory leaks?

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No.

Memory encryption enforce isolation between different processes. Heartbleed leaks data from the hacked process. Existing protections, without needing encryption, already prevents heartbleed-like attacks to dump data from other processes.

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