There is a fairly new and exploitable bug happening in some DDR3 DRAMs called the "row hammer" in which it's possible to bit flip memory cells. I understand how the exploit works, but not the electrical problem that generates it. On Wikipedia and some other sources, it's mentioned that capacitors shouldn't be too close together because they interfere with each other. How is that? As far as I'm aware, a capacitor doesn't generate magnetic force such as the known problem of charges in magnetic disks. I thought maybe if they're too close a current can appear and make them act as if connected, but that's a shaky guess. Fact is I don't see the problem clearly.
Thanks in advance.