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Kernel Address Isolation to have Side-channels Efficiently Removed

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KAISER: Kernel Address Isolation to have Side-channels Efficiently Removed

This repository contains our implementation of KAISER, a kernel isolation technique to close hardware side channels on kernel address information. We implemented KAISER as a proof of concept for the Linux kernel and offer a patch as well as pre-build .deb packages.

The KASLR is Dead: Long Live KASLR ESSoS 2017 paper by Gruss, Lipp, Schwarz, Fellner, Maurice and Mangard.

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| Project | Description | | -------- | ------------- | | KAISER | Patch to the Linux Kernel | | Packages | .deb packages for Ubuntu 16.10 |

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