Re: Hyper-Threading Considered Harmful
Date: 13 May 2005 07:48:13 -0700
> Well, this attack only targets Hyper-Threading -- dual cores aren't
> a problem. (Ok, let me rephrase that: Dual cores might be a problem,
> but I don't have any evidence to suggest that they are.)
> Since the performance benefit of Hyper-Threading is fairly minimal
> on most of the applications which run on multi-user systems,
> htt isn't quite as bad as it sounds.
> > We'll have a brave new world of side channel attacks.
> We need to convince Intel and AMD to hire lots of cryptographers and
> get them involved in CPU design. :-)
I think you might find this article interesting:
Apparently, AMD does not encrypt their BIOS update mechanisms.
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