A Framework to Reverse Engineer Database Memory by Abstracting Memory Areas

@inproceedings{Wagner2020AFT,
  title={A Framework to Reverse Engineer Database Memory by Abstracting Memory Areas},
  author={J. Wagner and Alexander Rasin},
  booktitle={DEXA},
  year={2020}
}
  • J. Wagner, Alexander Rasin
  • Published in DEXA 2020
  • Computer Science
  • The contents of RAM in an operating system (OS) are a critical source of evidence for malware detection or system performance profiling. Digital forensics focused on reconstructing OS RAM structures to detect malware patterns at runtime. In an ongoing arms race, these RAM reconstruction approaches must be designed for the attack they are trying to detect. Even though database management systems (DBMS) are collectively responsible for storing and processing most data in organizations, the… CONTINUE READING
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