Policy-based Multihost Multistage Vulnerability Analysis ∗

@inproceedings{OuPolicybasedMM,
  title={Policy-based Multihost Multistage Vulnerability Analysis ∗},
  author={Xinming Ou and Sudhakar Govindavajhala and Andrew W. Appel}
}
To determine the security impact software vulnerabilities have on a particular network, one must consider interactions among multiple components of the operating systems and multiple hosts. For a vulnerability analysis tool to be useful in practice, two features are crucial. First, the model used in the analysis must be able to automatically integrate formal vulnerability specifications from the bug-reporting community. Second, the analysis must be able to scale to networks with thousands of… CONTINUE READING

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