Secure and practical defense against code-injection attacks using software dynamic translation

@inproceedings{Hu2006SecureAP,
  title={Secure and practical defense against code-injection attacks using software dynamic translation},
  author={Wei Hu and Jason Hiser and Daniel W. Williams and Adrian Filipi and Jack W. Davidson and David Evans and John C. Knight and Anh Nguyen-Tuong and Jonathan C. Rowanhill},
  booktitle={VEE},
  year={2006}
}
One of the most common forms of security attacks involves exploiting a vulnerability to inject malicious code into an executing application and then cause the injected code to be executed. A theoretically strong approach to defending against any type of code-injection attack is to create and use a process-specific instruction set that is created by a randomization algorithm. Code injected by an attacker who does not know the randomization key will be invalid for the randomized processor… CONTINUE READING
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