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Secure computing systems require the implementation of protection domains and a safe way of transferring control across such domains. Isolating the contexts (activation stacks) of the caller and the callee, to avoid unintended information flow, is a fundamental requirement for implementing cross–domain transfers. We present and evaluate two approaches for(More)
Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer. Approximately 20% of patients have at the time of presentation metastasized colorectal cancer, which is incurable in ~80% of cases. The present case report describes a typical case diagnosed with an advanced invasive colorectal adenocarcinoma, with two suspect hypodense lesions in the liver, as revealed by(More)
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