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Category: How I’ve Learned

SVF: Interprocedural Static Value-Flow Analysis in LLVM

SVF is a static analysis framework implemented in LLVM that allows value-flow construction and pointer analysis to be performed in an iterative manner (sparse analysis – analysis conducted into stages, from overapproximate analysis to precise, expensive analysis). It uses (default) points-to information from Andersen’s analysis and constructs an interprocedural memory SSA (Static-Single Assignment) form where […]

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How I’ve Learned Intel Pin Tool

The most difficult part of doing research is prototyping. Especially when it’s about security, its a must one. A researcher has to prove the proposed system is legitimate. It’s true for both attack and defense. Researchers greatly depend on existing technology and software to implement their prototype. It cuts the development time to start from […]

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