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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1308 Cloud hacking trick allows undetectable changes to VM memory
Hacking researchers have uncovered a new attack technique which can alter the memory of virtual machines in the cloud.

The team, based at Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, introduced the attack, dubbed Flip Feng Shui (FFS) in a paper titled Flip Feng Shui: Hammering a Needle in the Software Stack. They explained hackers could use the technique to crack the keys of secured VMs or install malicious code without it being noticed.

The de-duplication attack enables third parties to not only view and leak data, but also to modify it – installing malware or allowing unauthorised logins.
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#1309 Researchers find serious flaws in iMessage encryption
#1308 Cloud hacking trick allows undetectable changes to VM memory
#1307 One in five vehicle vulnerabilities are ‘Hair on Fire’ critical
#1306 New attacks can monitor keystrokes, steal sensitive data from Android phones
#1305 Disable WPAD now or have your accounts and private data compromised
#1304 LinkedIn suffers huge bot attack that steals members’ personal data
#1303 DDoSCoin: New crypto-currency rewards users for participating in DDoS attacks
#1302 EU struggles to determine growing cost of cyberattacks
#1301 Visa alert and update on the Oracle breach
#1300 Why moving piece by piece to the cloud will see businesses succeed more
#1299 Google waves goodbye to Linux for new IoT OS Fuchsia - coming soon to Raspberry Pi
#1298 Linux bug leaves 1.4 billion Android users vulnerable to hijacking attacks
#1297 Shark: New Ransomware-as-a-Service threat takes bite of proceeds
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