Non-uniform patterns cause RAM to bitflip
A new flavour of row hammer can bypass all mitigations that are deployed inside DRAM.
Attacks broaden as RAM gets smaller
A team of Google security researchers said they discovered a new way to perform Rowhammer attacks against computer memory (RAM) cards that broaden the attack's initial impact.
Modern RAM cards are still vulnerable to Rowhammer attacks despite extensive mitigations that have been deployed by manufacturers over the past six years.
Holy grail for hackers
Two years after Google showed how Rowhammer attacks could flip dynamic random access memory (DRAM) bits to induce those memory cells to change their state, IBM has shown how it can target MLC NAND flash memory.
SSDs vulnerable to Rowhammer type attacks
NAND flash memory chips running solid-state drives (SSDs), include what could be called "programming vulnerabilities" that can be exploited to alter stored data or shorten the SSD's lifespan.