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Cold Boot Attacks

Some of you might have heard about an attack called a cold boot attack. This attack is a side channel attack that is performed by stealing the encryption keys out of a systems DRAM and/or SRAM that has an encrypted hard drive. How It Works A cold boot attacks are pretty simple to preform, but for the group of people who figured it out, it was no walk in the park. The reason cold boot attacks work is because usually none of the information that is stored in your RAM is encrypted and therefore the attackers are able to gain
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