Playing low frequency noise to disrupt hard-drives: denial of service for CCTVs, data-centers, and other computing environments
Monday January 15, 2018. 05:38 PM , from BoingBoing
A group of Princeton and Purdue researchers have demonstrated a successful acoustic attack against mechanical hard-drives where low-frequency noise keyed to the resonant frequency of the drive components is played nearby, causing the drive to vibrate so that the drive can neither be read nor written to.
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