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Intel SGX ‘safe’ room easily trashed by white-hat hacking marauders: Enclave malware demo’d

Intel SGX ‘safe’ room easily trashed by white-hat hacking marauders: Enclave malware demo’dRather handy for smuggling expensive zero-days onto targets and executing them Security researchers have found that Intel’s Software Guard Extensions (SGX) don’t live up to their name. In fact, we’re told, they can be used to hide pieces of nasty malware that can …

  • 12 Feb 2019
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Intel SGX ‘safe’ room easily trashed by white-hat hacking marauders: Enclave malware demo’d
Rather handy for smuggling expensive zero-days onto targets and executing them Security researchers have found that Intel's Software Guard Extensions (SGX) don't live up to their name. In fact, we're told, they can be used to hide pieces of nasty malware that can silently masquerade as normal applications.…
Source: The Register – SecurityPublished on 2019-02-12
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