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Lack of diversity in software and operating systems over many years has left a large number of computers vulnerable to memory program attacks. A diversified and replicated execution system promises to provide effective countermeasures. Access >>>
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- Programming language and library issues
- Operating system issues
- A proof of concept developed for certain countermeasures against memory corruption
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