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Files from Yuval Yarom

Email addressyval at cs.adelaide.edu.au
First Active2013-07-26
Last Active2018-01-04
Meltdown - Bypassing Intel's Hardware Barrier
Posted Jan 4, 2018
Authored by Yuval Yarom, Michael Schwarz, Mike Hamburg, Moritz Lipp, Paul Kocher, Werner Haas, Thomas Prescher, Stefan Mangard, Daniel Gruss, Daniel Genkin

Whitepaper called Meltdown. It discusses how you can bypass Intel's hardware barrier between applications and the computer's core memory.

tags | paper
MD5 | 7e062aa9d394c19c6c994fa36a6196e6
Spectre Attacks: Exploiting Speculative Execution
Posted Jan 4, 2018
Authored by Yuval Yarom, Michael Schwarz, Mike Hamburg, Moritz Lipp, Paul Kocher, Werner Haas, Thomas Prescher, Stefan Mangard, Daniel Gruss, Daniel Genkin

Whitepaper called Spectre Attacks: Exploiting Speculative Execution. It discusses how to trick error-free applications into giving up secret information.

tags | paper
advisories | CVE-2017-5715, CVE-2017-5753
MD5 | 6967810094670a0978da20db86fbfadc
Spectre Information Disclosure Proof Of Concept
Posted Jan 4, 2018
Authored by Yuval Yarom, Michael Schwarz, Mike Hamburg, Moritz Lipp, Paul Kocher, Werner Haas, Thomas Prescher, Stefan Mangard, Daniel Gruss, Daniel Genkin

Spectre information disclosure proof of concept exploit that affects multiple CPUs.

tags | exploit, proof of concept, info disclosure
advisories | CVE-2017-5715, CVE-2017-5753
MD5 | 98f87055672b6c38186854b5370f5469
Flush + Reload: A High Resolution, Low Noise, L3 Cache Side-Channel Attack
Posted Jul 26, 2013
Authored by Yuval Yarom, Katrina Falkner

Flush+Reload is a cache side-channel attack that monitors access to data in shared pages. In this paper the authors demonstrate how to use the attack to extract private encryption keys from GnuPG. The high resolution and low noise of the Flush+Reload attack enables a spy program to recover over 98% of the bits of the private key in a single decryption or signing round. Unlike previous attacks, the attack targets the last level L3 cache. Consequently, the spy program and the victim do not need to share the execution core of the CPU. The attack is not limited to a traditional OS and can be used in a virtualised environment, where it can attack programs executing in a different VM.

tags | paper
MD5 | ad27212856fc1757a511a4724c7cc8a4
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