Low-Overhead Architecture for Security Tag

@article{Shioya2009LowOverheadAF,
  title={Low-Overhead Architecture for Security Tag},
  author={Ryota Shioya and Daewung Kim and Kazuo Horio and Masahiro Goshima and Shuichi Sakai},
  journal={2009 15th IEEE Pacific Rim International Symposium on Dependable Computing},
  year={2009},
  pages={135-142}
}
A security-tagged architecture is one that applies tags on data to detect attack or information leakage, tracking data flow.The previous studies using security-tagged architecture mostly focused on how to utilize tags, not how the tags are implemented. A naive implementation of tags simply adds a tag field to every byte of the cache and the memory. Such technique, however, results in a huge hardware overhead.This paper proposes a low-overhead tagged architecture. We achieve our goal by… CONTINUE READING
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