|Control-Flow Integrity for Real-Time Embedded Systems
Attacks on real-time embedded systems can endanger lives and critical infrastructure. Despite this, techniques for securing embedded systems software have not been widely studied. Many existing security techniques for general-purpose computers rely on assumptions that do not hold in the embedded case. This paper focuses on one such technique, control-flow integrity (CFI), that has been vetted as an effective countermeasure against control-flow hijacking attacks on general-purpose computing systems.
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31st Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems
Schloss Dagstuhl — Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik
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