A voltage glitching attack has been revealed by researchers, indicating that AMD’s Secure Encrypted Virtualization (SEV) technology may not provide enough protection for confidential data in cloud environments.
A team from the Technical University of Berlin (TU Berlin) conducted the study, which was published this week in a report.
AMD’s SEV technology, which is included in the company’s EPYC processors, protects virtual machines (VMs) and the data they contain from insider threats with elevated rights, such as a malicious administrator. In cloud systems, SEV is frequently employed.
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