PAriCheck: an efficient pointer arithmetic checker for C programs

@inproceedings{Younan2010PAriCheckAE,
  title={PAriCheck: an efficient pointer arithmetic checker for C programs},
  author={Yves Younan and Pieter Philippaerts and Lorenzo Cavallaro and R. Sekar and Frank Piessens and Wouter Joosen},
  booktitle={AsiaCCS},
  year={2010}
}
Buffer overflows are still a significant problem in programs written in C and C++. In this paper we present a bounds checker, called PAriCheck, that inserts dynamic runtime checks to ensure that attackers are not able to abuse buffer overflow vulnerabilities. The main approach is based on checking pointer arithmetic rather than pointer dereferences when performing bounds checks. The checks are performed by assigning a unique label to each object and ensuring that the label is associated with… CONTINUE READING
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