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Researchers Find Denial-of-Service Attacks Mounted Through Acoustic Signals

A group of Princeton and Purdue researchers has shown that it’s possible to mount a denial-of-service (DoS) attack against hard disk drives via acoustic signals. Hard disk drives (HDDs) have become the most commonly-used type of non-volatile storage due to their increased reliability, fault tolerance, storage capacity, and so on. “These technological advances in HDDs,… Keep Reading

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