The goal isn't to develop fancy new hardware, or to use an overwhelming amount of power. The goal is to develop fancy new software.
With frequency-hopping and time-hopping techniques, if you can intelligently adapt to the local interference, and transmit in the time and frequency gaps where the interference doesn't occur, then you can transmit more data for the same amount of power. That's the goal.
But isn't it difficult to get a RAM dump, you say? Not really:
- Hibernating a computer writes this data to disk. Starting in Windows 8, "shutdown" actually writes some hibernate data by default.
- VMs also have their own suspend functionality that does a RAM dump, as well as non-SAN VM migration.
- Firewire ports actually allow devices to scan RAM of the machine they're connected to.
- Obviously, if you have access to a live machine, you can get the keys directly from RAM.
Interesting fact — There's an 85% fatality rate for the speed record for any boat. This sport is extremely dangerous.
The sailing speed record is 80% slower than the overall boat record, so the sailing record is a little safer. Nonetheless, one of the SailRocket crashes led to the pilot having a broken helmet.
The moral of the story is that laws have unintended consequences.
AVR-Stick, by Reusch Elektronik
The term "SCADA" is specifically used for industrial processes that have to be connected by long-distance networking.
On the other hand, a recent study suggests that too much zinc might be the problem. In this laboratory experiment, zinc caused beta amyloid from cerebrospinal fluid -- the fluid that bathes the brain -- to form clumps similar to the plaques of Alzheimer's disease.
My general rule of thumb is to stay physically active, eat well, and stay mentally sharp. Mega doses of whatever likely aren't going to help much.