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CISIS
2008
IEEE
8 years 5 months ago
Multi-variant Program Execution: Using Multi-core Systems to Defuse Buffer-Overflow Vulnerabilities
While memory-safe and type-safe languages have been available for many years, the vast majority of software is still implemented in type-unsafe languages such as C/C++. Despite ma...
Babak Salamat, Andreas Gal, Todd Jackson, Karthike...
ACMSE
2006
ACM
8 years 9 months ago
Static analysis of anomalies and security vulnerabilities in executable files
Software researchers have already developed static code security checkers to parse through and scan source code files, looking for security vulnerabilities [8, 9]. What about exec...
Jay-Evan J. Tevis, John A. Hamilton Jr.
EUROSYS
2009
ACM
9 years 16 days ago
Orchestra: intrusion detection using parallel execution and monitoring of program variants in user-space
In a Multi-Variant Execution Environment (MVEE), several slightly different versions of the same program are executed in lockstep. While this is done, a monitor compares the behav...
Babak Salamat, Todd Jackson, Andreas Gal, Michael ...
CCS
2008
ACM
8 years 5 months ago
Code injection attacks on harvard-architecture devices
Harvard architecture CPU design is common in the embedded world. Examples of Harvard-based architecture devices are the Mica family of wireless sensors. Mica motes have limited me...
Aurélien Francillon, Claude Castelluccia
IJSSE
2010
80views more  IJSSE 2010»
8 years 21 days ago
Improving Memory Management Security for C and C++
Memory managers are an important part of any modern language: they are used to dynamically allocate memory for use in the program. Many managers exist and depending on the operati...
Yves Younan, Wouter Joosen, Frank Piessens, Hans V...
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