Project Zero sheds more light on rowhammer problem

Researchers have discussed exploits with some DRAM memory devices, allowing attackers access to target machines. That was a Tuesday report from Threatpost's editor-in-chief Dennis Fisher, who is also security evangelist for Kaspersky Lab Americas. This is the "rowhammer" problem; Fisher described it as a method for "repeatedly hammering on rows of cells of memory in DRAM devices to induce cells to flip from one state to another."

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