Kam1n0: MapReduce-based Assembly Clone Search for Reverse Engineering

@inproceedings{Ding2016Kam1n0MA,
  title={Kam1n0: MapReduce-based Assembly Clone Search for Reverse Engineering},
  author={Steven H. H. Ding and Benjamin C. M. Fung and Philippe Charland},
  booktitle={KDD},
  year={2016}
}
Assembly code analysis is one of the critical processes for detecting and proving software plagiarism and software patent infringements when the source code is unavailable. It is also a common practice to discover exploits and vulnerabilities in existing software. However, it is a manually intensive and time-consuming process even for experienced reverse engineers. An effective and efficient assembly code clone search engine can greatly reduce the effort of this process, since it can identify… CONTINUE READING

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