Corpus ID: 17696607

Using Dynamic Data-Flow Analysis to Improve Software Security

@inproceedings{Lin2005UsingDD,
  title={Using Dynamic Data-Flow Analysis to Improve Software Security},
  author={C. Lin},
  year={2005}
}
  • C. Lin
  • Published 2005
  • The security community has proposed various techniques, su ch as honeypots and inline reference monitors (IRM), for improving software security. Unfortunately, these techniqu es are typically difficult to implement, relying either on ex t nsive manual effort or tedious, error prone low-level programmin g. This project extends our previous work with the Broadway system to provide an effective way of building such security tools. Our solution uses Broadway’s existing annotation language to… CONTINUE READING

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