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Opaque Control-Flow Integrity

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Opaque Control-Flow Integrity
Abstract—A new binary software randomization and ControlFlow Integrity (CFI) enforcement system is presented, which is the first to efficiently resist code-reuse attacks launched by informed adversaries who possess full knowledge of the inmemory code layout of victim programs. The defense mitigates a recent wave of implementation disclosure attacks, by which adversaries can exfiltrate in-memory code details in order to prepare code-reuse attacks (e.g., Return-Oriented Programming (ROP) attacks) that bypass fine-grained randomization defenses. Such implementation-aware attacks defeat traditional fine-grained randomization by undermining its assumption that the randomized locations of abusable code gadgets remain secret. Opaque CFI (O-CFI) overcomes this weakness through a novel combination of fine-grained code-randomization and coarsegrained control-flow integrity checking. It conceals the graph of hijackable control-flow edges even from attackers who can view the complete sta...
Vishwath Mohan, Per Larsen, Stefan Brunthaler, Kev
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Type Journal
Year 2015
Where NDSS
Authors Vishwath Mohan, Per Larsen, Stefan Brunthaler, Kevin W. Hamlen, Michael Franz
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