CFIXX -- Object Type Integrity for C++
Nathan Burrow - Purdue University
Mar 07, 2018Size: 148.5MB
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About the Speaker
Nathan Burow is a fifth year PhD student in systems security, working for his Mathias Payer in the HexHive group within the Computer Science department at Purdue University. His research focuses on modifying the LLVM compiler infrastructure to secure the C / C++ programming languages. In particular, he is interested in adding memory and type safety to prevent control-flow hijacking attacks.
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