Accurate Buffer Overflow Detection via Abstract Payload Execution

@inproceedings{Toth2002AccurateBO,
  title={Accurate Buffer Overflow Detection via Abstract Payload Execution},
  author={Thomas Toth and Christopher Kr{\"u}gel},
  booktitle={RAID},
  year={2002}
}
Static buffer overflow exploits belong to the most feared and frequently launched attacks on todays Internet. These exploits target vulnerabilities in daemon processes which provide important network services. Ever since the buffer overflow hacking technique has reached a broader audience due to the Morris Internet worm in 1988 and the infamous paper by AlephOne in the phrack magazine, new weaknesses in many programs have been discovered and abused. Current intrusion detection systems (IDS… CONTINUE READING
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