haunting continues: SWAPGS

By: hobold (hobold.delete@this.vectorizer.org), August 7, 2019 1:42 am
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Yet another speculative leak. They seem to get more specific and niche as time goes by, though. This one requires assistance from known kernel instruction sequences (already fixed before publication of this vulnerability):


Thus far the leak was demonstrated on Intel processors. AMD Zen* is not yet known to be safe; only very old AMD hardware has been verified to not speculatively execute SWAPGS.

(This one has been found by a maker of commercial antivirus software. It has been a bit difficult to find a source that contains more information than marketing.)
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