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A side channel attack is an attack that deduces secret information from environmental observations such as timing or power consumption.

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is it true that most of them do not offer absolute privacy, but rather they only reduce risk? No, many of them completely eliminate the risk. Using constant time implementations of algorithms and …
answered Nov 28 '18 by forest
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I'm a bit surprised none of the other posts provide a definitive answer to such an objective question. Keyboards certified for USA NSTISSAM / NATO SDIP-27 (EMSEC standards that specify, among other th …
answered Jul 30 '18 by forest
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Avoiding side-channel attacks in protocols (or in general) requires just a few things. Unfortunately, it's often easy to slip up, as it is not always intuitive. The general way to avoid side-channel a …
answered Jan 26 '18 by forest
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Rowhammer only works by accelerating the discharge of capacitors. Cells don't get charged by rowhammer, only discharged. The reason you may see a logical 0 change to a logical 1 is that modern DRAM m …
answered Nov 9 '18 by forest
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You should not plug a washing machine into the same power strip as your computer or put a large number of switches in series unless you want to burn down your house. With that said... Mitigating powe …
answered Jun 21 '18 by forest