[Cryptography] How to make rowhammer less likely

Bill Frantz frantz at pwpconsult.com
Mon Jun 18 12:13:28 EDT 2018

On 6/16/18 at 12:54 PM, guus at sliepen.org (Guus Sliepen) wrote:

>the only thing you can do is halt or reboot, which is not

For most programs, death before confusion is the right answer. 
If the program is part of a security system, even more so.

Consider electronic building locks. When the power fails, do you 
open the doors or leave them locked? I think the solution 
generally used is to leave the building locked except to those 
who have a physical key. Similar solutions can be used for 
computer security systems.

Cheers - Bill

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