[Libre-soc-dev] Some interesting
cestrauss at gmail.com
Fri Feb 5 16:32:48 GMT 2021
Em 04/02/2021 21:00, Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton escreveu:
> On Thursday, February 4, 2021, Pedro Ângelo <pangelo at void.io> wrote:
>> Speaking of which, I found this a very interesting read:
> yyup, which is why we're not using OMI.
Too bad, it would be interesting to have an open memory interface standard.
Hard drives already have closed firmware, right? At least, disk
encryption can protect against malicious drive firmware, I guess.
Would some form of CPU-based RAM encryption help? That way, you don't
have to trust the memory. You could also just encrypt an ECC, so you are
at least protected against malicious bit-flips. It wouldn't protect
against side-channels, though.
It is worthy of a research project, I guess.
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