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What is RAMPAGE Attack?

With each passing day, the number of cyber threats increases exponentially. There are lots of viruses, malware, ransomware, malware, and much to worry about. Hackers successfully developed new types of threats. They take advantage of servers, devices and any weak connections. If your device is infected, these cyber threats can cause you little damage. Without proper precautionary measures, you can become the next victim. One of the dangerous cyber attacks is the RAMpage. If you want to be protected from this attack, train yourself and keep yourself safe with the right security measures.



So, what exactly is the RAMpage attack?


RAMpage is a line hammer attack targeting the hardware of Android Devices running on Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich or higher. If you're wondering exactly what a line hammer attack is, the line can be defined as an attack targeting the hammer side effect. The row hammer is a side effect that is responsible for causing the memory cells to leak into loads. This side effect relates to dynamic random access memory. This started in 2012, when Google added a new item to the Android core of ION. It is responsible for distributing memory to different services and applications. RAMpage attacks target these IONs. These attacks cause the memory to change between applications and services by electrically interfering with each other, endangering the conditions of these IONs. Millions of Android devices are potentially vulnerable to this attack.

Date:2018-11-04 12:10:24  Hit:15  The update: esistor

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