- Professor Bart Preneel was interviewed on the Belgian radio station Radio 1 on 24th September 2016. You can listen to the interview here. “Heel veel mensen begrijpen niet dat ze tóch heel wat te verbergen hebben.” “A lot of people do not understand that they do have a lot to hide.”
- On Thursday, September 22nd 2016, Bart Preneel will participate in Free and Safe in Cyberspace as a debater, panelist and keynote speaker. You can find the programme here. Tickets are 75€ each, only 50 seats are available. Reserve via email firstname.lastname@example.org. Journalists are free of charge. The event will be held at the Conference Room of Mundo B, Rue d’Edimbourg 26, 1050 Ixelles, Belgium
- Flip Feng Shui (FFS) is a new exploitation vector that allows an attacker virtual machine (VM) to flip a bit in a memory page of a victim VM that runs on the same host as the attacker VM. FFS relies on a hardware vulnerability for flipping a bit and a physical memory massaging primitive to land ...
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