Re: Half-Double Rowhammer
Pretty much. There's been a couple of iterations of hardware fixes now for Intel & AMD. If you want either software to not have to care about security compartmentalisation, or increased security without any performance impact at all you're going to be waiting forever because those things aren't desirable/possible.
I don't see how RowHammer/etc will ever be 'fully' fixed because it's essentially probabilistic and the surest ways to mitigate it significantly increase latency, power consumption, or silicon area in ways fundamentally linked to the physical laws of the universe. It could perhaps become the purest example of a security/cost/performance trade-off. The other dimension potentially worth trading against is uptime, because if hardware detects it might have been successfully Hammered the last line of defence is to halt execution rather than cede control to the attacker. Hard decisions.