A Treasure Map To The Goods
March 15, 2017
How would the security of your house be affected if you printed a map of your hiding places for all of your valuables and taped it permanently to the front door? Probably wouldn’t work in your favor in the long term, even if you argue that the burglars would still need to be targeting your house to exploit your little treasure map.
Computers have long hidden your treasure maps through ASLR or Address Space Layout Randomization, a mechanism that randomizes filing placement of programs in a computer’s memory, making it more difficult for hacker to find their malicious code once they’ve penetrated a computer. That was, at least, until a Dutch team found a way around that.
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Ultimately, only a new chip will solve this very real problem. In the interim, though, a new set of eyes can help you make sense of things.
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