Robustly Safe Compilation

Patrignani, Marco and Garg, Deepak
(2019) Robustly Safe Compilation.
In: ESOP.
Conference: ESOP - European Symposium on Programming

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Official URL: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-17184-1_17

Abstract

Secure compilers generate compiled code that withstands many target-level attacks such as alteration of control flow, data leaks or memory corruption. Many existing secure compilers are proven to be fully abstract, meaning that they reflect and preserve observational equivalence. Fully abstract compilation is strong and useful but, in certain cases, comes at the cost of requiring expensive runtime constructs in compiled code. These constructs may have no relevance for security, but are needed to accommodate differences between the source and target languages that fully abstract compilation necessarily needs.

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