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Thread: Exploiting Windows Memory via Firewire

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    Quote Originally Posted by streaker69 View Post
    You're right, I haven't found Penn & Teller Get Killed on DVD yet, but I do think they released Strange Brew.
    Man, I haven't seen that movie since I lived in Ohio the first time!! That was around the 4th or 5th grade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    I'm not even going to go there. I use them both on my laptop all the time. Firewire for drives and digital video, and the spdif connector for attaching my laptop to my sound system. I think I only have one component that's not optical for sound in my system. Stupid old VCR, I tried so hard to lose the vhs tapes in the move, but she found them. There should be a law, if it's on vhs, it should be on dvd.
    I have an e-mu 1616m Laptop Digital Audio System CardBus PC Card. The external module includes S/PDIF and Optical In's and Out's. Awesome surround sound.

    I also use the laptops firewire for digital video from my 3ccd video camera. I's quite amazing actually. I don't know what I'd do without it.
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    Yeah it was on Hackaday.com on Monday as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by ColForbin View Post
    This showed up in the Engadget feed this morning:

    hxxp://mcgrewsecurity.com/projects/msramdmp/

    It utilizes the same cold boot attacks on encryption some folks at Princeton have been studying.

    hxxp://citp.princeton.edu/memory/

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    http://timlegge.blogspot.com/2008/03...ewire-and.html

    Didn't work for me though.. received different line errors for each attack attempt. maybe someone else will have more luck and share the wealth?

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