Over the past few years many hardware vulnerabilities like rowhammer and Spectre were released. But even though they come with cool demos, we haven’t seen them exploited in the wild. Is that because they’re all mitigated or just too slow to exploit in practice?
In this talk you will learn how to write an exploit for a hardware bug in a real-world scenario. We will make it fast and reliable to finally pop calc in under 5 minutes.
More information about this talk will be published at a later date as the speaker is still under coordinated disclosure policies.