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>mfw speculative execution is behind yet another vulnerability
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The kinds of attacks we see nowadays are truly spectacular. I understand how it works and yet I still can't wrap my head around these kinds of side channel attacks. Really very fascination stuff.
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...what does this mean? is it big trouble?
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No, I think he's speaking in Hacker.
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For cloud hosting where you share the same physical resources as a potentially hostile client -- well, you're well and truly fucked, especially considering that there are probably additional yet-to-be-discovered vulnerabilities of this type. Physical isolation is the only way to go to really secure your sensitive data.>>946590
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I wonder how long it will take for Intel and AMD to fix the underlying hardware vulnerabilities. It seems like a difficult fix without degrading performance a lot.
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Gee... But that sounds like such a primitive technique. Surely the information a hacker gets from that could only be the most cursory, vague information?
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>>946616>Physical isolation is the only way to go to really secure your sensitive data.
I'm retreating to the mountains to hide in a cave. Wish me luck.
This, but unironically.
I'm going to buy myself an old quarry, build a bunch of concrete bunkers inside, and bury the whole thing.
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Would you keep any livestock?
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Find an old mine and reinforce a few tunnels. Just don't get lost inside like the meth heads did a couple months back.
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Definitely some chickens. Eggs fresh are always amazing.
The problem with mines is that things tend to be long and narrow.
Quarries are just flat holes in the ground, already. Makes them a tad easier for planning things out, I think.
Bonus points for being able to build upwards.
Mines do get bonus points for already being underground, meaning it's a fair ways cheaper, though.
But, that's also a slight bit of the problem. Already underground makes proper, full supports, a tad more difficult.
Caveins are likely to be an inevitability.