Enforcing memory policy specifications in reconfigurable hardware

@article{Huffmire2008EnforcingMP,
  title={Enforcing memory policy specifications in reconfigurable hardware},
  author={Ted Huffmire and Timothy Sherwood and Ryan Kastner and Timothy E. Levin},
  journal={Computers & Security},
  year={2008},
  volume={27},
  pages={197-215}
}
While general-purpose processor based systems are built to enforce memory protection to prevent the unintended sharing of data between processes, current systems built around reconfigurable hardware typically offer no such protection. Several reconfigurable cores are often integrated onto a single chip where they share external resources such as memory. While this enables small form factor and low cost designs, it opens up the opportunity for modules to intercept or even interfere with the… CONTINUE READING

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