9 Steps Intel Recommends To Sidestep Spectre And Meltdown


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Supervisor-Mode Access Prevention

Intel's Supervisor-Mode Access Prevention feature can be used to limit certain memory addresses used for a cache-based side channel. This essentially makes it more difficult for an application to perform an attack on a kernel, because it is harder for the application to figure out whether a kernel line or application line is cached.




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