Wi-Fi, Hammering, Site Isolation, Bandwidth Sharing, TLS
FragAttacks is disclosed. FragAttacks stands for “fragmentation and aggregation attacks” which can be used to steal user information or attack devices on a victim’s Wi-Fi network.
Half-Double is a new hammering technique for DRAM, disclosed by Google.
Firefox is implementing a new site isolation architecture.
Amazon Sidewalk has raised some concerns about automatically sharing the bandwidth of enrolled devices.
Alpaca attack is a cross-protocol attack on TLS that can extract data from SMTP, IMAP, POP3, and FTP servers by HTTPS redirects.