StackOFFence: a technique for defending against buffer overflow attacks

@article{Madan2005StackOFFenceAT,
  title={StackOFFence: a technique for defending against buffer overflow attacks},
  author={Bharat B. Madan and Shashi Phoha and Kishor S. Trivedi},
  journal={International Conference on Information Technology: Coding and Computing (ITCC'05) - Volume II},
  year={2005},
  volume={1},
  pages={656-661 Vol. 1}
}
Software coding practices, in the interest of efficiency, often ignore to enforce strict bound checking on buffers, arrays and pointers. This results in software code that is more vulnerable to security intrusions exploiting buffer overflow vulnerabilities. Unfortunately, such attacks form the most common type of security threats to the computer and information systems, making it imperative to find efficient solutions for the buffer overflow vulnerabilities. Typically, an attacker is able to… CONTINUE READING

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