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Exploring compartmentalisation hypotheses with SOAAP
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Application compartmentalisation decomposes software into sandboxed components in order to mitigate security vulnerabilities, and has proven effective in limiting the impact of compromise. However, experience has shown that adapting existing C-language software is difﬁcult, often leading to problems with correctness, performance, complexity, and most critically, security. Security-Oriented Analysis of Application Programs (SOAAP) is an in-progress research project into new semi-automated techniques to support compartmentalisation. SOAAP employs a variety of static and dynamic approaches, driven by source code annotations termed compartmentalisation hypotheses, to help programmers evaluate strategies for compartmentalising existing software.
This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Security Seminar series.
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