Flaw in Intel chips could make malware attacks more potent
Enlarge reader comments 8 Share this story Researchers have devised a technique that bypasses a key security protection built into just about every operating system. If left unfixed, this could make malware attacks much more potent. ASLR, short for "address space layout randomization," is a defense against a class of widely used attacks that surreptitiously...
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