@th Is that an eInk tablet?
@th So one question I have if about the voltage glitching. They say it doesn't require physical access to the machine, but when I read that chapter (3.3), it seems to describe only methods that do require such physical access. Do I understand correctly that such voltage regulators can be accessed remotely?
@mplammers their technique requires hardware access (look at all those wires and relays!), although other fault injection papers have demonstrated remote vulnerabilities through unprotected channels to the onboard voltage regulators. Plundervolt, for instance, causes faults in SGX enclaves and leaks key material https://plundervolt.com/
That photo looks like a 3D render!
Your morning routine looks slick 😉
@th How do you get your PDF's on your RM2? Do you do that manual by connecting it to your PC, or do you use some kind of service?
I guess this is kind of to be expected, at least for a few generations of the technology, but nonetheless I applaud AMD's efforts to build an actual high performance trusted execution environment.