Posts Tagged: memory allocation

Using the Netflix Genie Client in Java

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Ok, so if you haven’t been watching my activity on GitHub you might have missed this, and as such I feel it deserves a full on blog post. Recently, having joined Netflix, I started using some of their libraries, as to be expected. One of the things that I used pretty much from day one […]

Checking the Memory Quota

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This is somehow similar to the one above, except that this time an attacker can exploit the memory quota. This quota defines how much memory a user process can allocate at a time. If there is no capping on this value, a user process can try to allocate all the memory available in the system […]