Capturing Information Flow with Concatenated Dynamic Taint Analysis

@article{Kim2009CapturingIF,
  title={Capturing Information Flow with Concatenated Dynamic Taint Analysis},
  author={Hyung Chan Kim and Angelos D. Keromytis and Michael Covington and Ravi Sahita},
  journal={2009 International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security},
  year={2009},
  pages={355-362}
}
Dynamic taint analysis (DTA) is a technique used for tracking information flow by propagating taint propagation across memory locations during program execution. Most implementations of DTA are based on dynamic binary instrumentation (DBI) frameworks or whole-system emulators/virtual machine monitors. The boundary of information tracking with DBI frameworks is a single process, while system emulators can cover a host, including the OS. Using system emulators, it may be possible to consider… CONTINUE READING
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