This is also a good — but older — article on Triton. We don’t know who wrote it. Initial speculation was Iran; more recent speculation is Russia. Both are still speculations.
SGX-Step is an open-source framework to facilitate side-channel attack research on Intel SGX platforms. SGX-Step consists of an adversarial Linux kernel driver and user space library that allow to configure untrusted page table entries and/or x86 APIC timer interrupts completely from user space. Our research results have demonstrated several new and improved enclaved execution attacks […]
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With the thump of techno all around us and traces of network traffic on giant screens providing the only light, the Pwnie Express team spent the tail end of July in the Black Hat Network Operations Center (NOC). Before continuing to read this post, put your headphones on and blast The Prodigy’s Voodoo People with […]