Dynamic integrity measurement and attestation: towards defense against return-oriented programming attacks

  title={Dynamic integrity measurement and attestation: towards defense against return-oriented programming attacks},
  author={Lucas Davi and Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi and Marcel Winandy},
Despite the many efforts made in recent years to mitigate runtime attacks such as stack and heap based buffer overflows, these attacks are still a common security concern in today's computing platforms. Attackers have even found new ways to enforce runtime attacks including use of a technique called return-oriented programming. Trusted Computing provides mechanisms to verify the integrity of all executable content in an operating system. But they only provide integrity at load-time and are not… CONTINUE READING
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