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No it doesn't

No it doesn't

Posted Jan 16, 2013 13:25 UTC (Wed) by epa (subscriber, #39769)
In reply to: No it doesn't by butlerm
Parent article: Attacking full-disk encryption with Inception

There isn't a SCSI interface on the planet where a SCSI disk instructs the SCSI host adapter which host memory address to write to. Nor an IDE/ATA/SATA one for that matter. That would be insane.
Right. But apparently Firewire does have that design flaw?


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No it doesn't

Posted Jan 17, 2013 16:39 UTC (Thu) by cladisch (✭ supporter ✭, #50193) [Link]

> > There isn't a SCSI interface on the planet where a SCSI disk instructs the SCSI host adapter which host memory address to write to.
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> But apparently Firewire does have that design flaw?

The three transport protocols where SCSI can use some form of remote DMA are FireWire, InfiniBand, and iWARP.


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