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ACSAC
2010
IEEE
11 years 9 months ago
Analyzing and improving Linux kernel memory protection: a model checking approach
Code injection continues to pose a serious threat to computer systems. Among existing solutions, W X is a notable approach to prevent the execution of injected code. In this paper...
Siarhei Liakh, Michael C. Grace, Xuxian Jiang
KBSE
2006
IEEE
12 years 5 months ago
A Portable Compiler-Integrated Approach to Permanent Checking
Program checking technology is now a mature technology, but is not yet used on a large scale. We identify one cause of this gap in the decoupling of checking tools from the everyd...
Eugen-Nicolae Volanschi
ACSAC
2009
IEEE
12 years 6 months ago
Protecting Kernel Code and Data with a Virtualization-Aware Collaborative Operating System
Abstract—The traditional virtual machine usage model advocates placing security mechanisms in a trusted VM layer and letting the untrusted guest OS run unaware of the presence of...
Daniela Alvim Seabra de Oliveira, Shyhtsun Felix W...
ASPLOS
2012
ACM
10 years 7 months ago
Comprehensive kernel instrumentation via dynamic binary translation
Dynamic binary translation (DBT) is a powerful technique that enables fine-grained monitoring and manipulation of an existing program binary. At the user level, it has been emplo...
Peter Feiner, Angela Demke Brown, Ashvin Goel
ASPLOS
2012
ACM
10 years 7 months ago
Providing safe, user space access to fast, solid state disks
Emerging fast, non-volatile memories (e.g., phase change memories, spin-torque MRAMs, and the memristor) reduce storage access latencies by an order of magnitude compared to state...
Adrian M. Caulfield, Todor I. Mollov, Louis Alex E...
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