Border control: Sandboxing accelerators

  title={Border control: Sandboxing accelerators},
  author={Lena E. Olson and Jason Power and Mark D. Hill and David A. Wood},
  journal={2015 48th Annual IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Microarchitecture (MICRO)},
As hardware accelerators proliferate, there is a desire to logically integrate them more tightly with CPUs through interfaces such as shared virtual memory. Although this integration has programmability and performance benefits, it may also have serious security and fault isolation implications, especially when accelerators are designed by third parties. Unchecked, accelerators could make incorrect memory accesses, causing information leaks, data corruption, or crashes not only for processes… CONTINUE READING
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