MIT: DAWG: A Defense Against Cache Timing Attacks in Speculative Execution Processors

[…]As a playful counterpoint to Intel’s CAT system, the researchers dubbed their method “DAWG”, which stands for “Dynamically Allocated Way Guard.” (The “dynamic” part means that DAWG can split the cache into multiple buckets whose size can vary over time.)[…]

https://www.csail.mit.edu/news/better-approach-preventing-meltdownspectre-attacks

http://people.csail.mit.edu/vlk/dawg-micro18.pdf

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