Windows on iSCSI - Part 1/3
Markus Partheymueller

Windows on iSCSI - Part 1/3

This series of three posts is about installing Windows 7 on an iSCSI disk. In this first article, we install it using qemu and iPXE and cover some of the pitfalls and particularities of this install method, as well as the topic of duplicating the resulting disk for use in machines of the same type. Two more follow-up posts will cover details of the network boot process, leading to a method of converting an existing installation to be iSCSI-bootable.

Meltdown
Jacek Galowicz

Meltdown

Meltdown is an attack on the general memory data security of computers with the Intel x86 architecture. Two members of the founder team of Cyberus Technology GmbH were among the first experts to discover this vulnerability. This article describes how Meltdown works and examines the mitigations that have been patched into the most widespread operating systems while the information embargo was still intact.

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