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ISSRE
2010
IEEE
11 years 11 months ago
Preventing Overflow Attacks by Memory Randomization
Buffer overflow is known to be a common memory vulnerability affecting software. It is exploited to gain various kinds of privilege escalation. C and C++ are very commonly used to ...
Vivek Iyer, Amit Kanitkar, Partha Dasgupta, Raghun...
SOCIALCOM
2010
11 years 8 months ago
A Multi-factor Approach to Securing Software on Client Computing Platforms
Protecting the integrity of software platforms, especially in unmanaged consumer computing systems is a difficult problem. Attackers may attempt to execute buffer overflow attacks ...
Raghunathan Srinivasan, Vivek Iyer, Amit Kanitkar,...
BIRTHDAY
2012
Springer
10 years 9 months ago
Masking with Randomized Look Up Tables - Towards Preventing Side-Channel Attacks of All Orders
We propose a new countermeasure to protect block ciphers implemented in leaking devices, at the intersection between One-Time Programs and Boolean masking schemes. First, we show t...
François-Xavier Standaert, Christophe Petit...
ISCA
2010
IEEE
284views Hardware» more  ISCA 2010»
12 years 6 months ago
Security refresh: prevent malicious wear-out and increase durability for phase-change memory with dynamically randomized address
Phase change memory (PCM) is an emerging memory technology for future computing systems. Compared to other non-volatile memory alternatives, PCM is more matured to production, and...
Nak Hee Seong, Dong Hyuk Woo, Hsien-Hsin S. Lee
ASPLOS
2008
ACM
12 years 3 months ago
Archipelago: trading address space for reliability and security
Memory errors are a notorious source of security vulnerabilities that can lead to service interruptions, information leakage and unauthorized access. Because such errors are also ...
Vitaliy B. Lvin, Gene Novark, Emery D. Berger, Ben...
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