FLUSH+RELOAD is a Side-channel attack is an L3 cache which you place 'probes' on cache lines in the code segment of shared binaries, which get 'triggered' any time any Processes on the system loads that line into cache (i.e. the code was executed) which in effect allows an Observer to see which code other processes are executing.

FLUSH+RELOAD has so far been used successfully to break cryptography including

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