VUSec: ECCploit: ECC Memory Vulnerable to Rowhammer Attacks After All

Where many people thought that high-end servers were safe from the (unpatchable) Rowhammer bitflip vulnerability in memory chips, new research from VUSec, the security group at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, shows that this is not the case. Since prominent security researchers and companies have suggested that ECC provides pretty good protection [1,2,3], and exploitable bitflips on ECC memory are seen by many as the “unholy grail” for Rowhammer attacks, the new attack to reliably flip bits that completely bypass ECC protection is a major step forward in Rowhammer research.[…]

https://www.vusec.net/projects/eccploit/

cs.vu.nl/~lcr220/ecc/ecc-rh-paper-eccploit-press-preprint.pdf

https://www.wired.com/story/rowhammer-ecc-memory-data-hack/

https://www.vusec.net/projects/#hardware-vulnerabilities

VUSec: Reverse Engineering Page Table Caches in Your Processor

https://github.com/vusec/revanc

https://www.vusec.net/projects/anc/