Hertzbleed exposes computers’ secret whispers

Hertzbleed is the name for a vulnerability that can be used to obtain cryptographic keys and other secret data from Intel and AMD CPUs, remotely. It works by monitoring changes in power consumption, which can be deduced by the careful timing of known workloads, thanks to a processor power saving feature called dynamic voltage and frequency scaling (DVFS).

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