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Advanced type-based static analysis for operating system verification

Computer science and software Cyber security : hardware and sofware Engineering sciences Technological challenges

Abstract

In recent work [RTAS 2021], we have demonstrated the benefits of a static analysis guided
for analyzing low-level system programs, going so far as to be able to automatically verify the absence
to the point of being able to automatically verify the absence of privilege escalation in an embedded
operating system kernel as a consequence of the type-safety of the kernel code. Memory management
is a particularly difficult problem when analyzing system programs, or more broadly,
programs written in C, and type-based analysis provides a satisfactory solution with wide
wide applicability (e.g. data structure management code [VMCAI 2022], dynamic language runtime
dynamic language runtime, performance-oriented application code, etc.).

The aim of this thesis is to extend the applications that can be made of the use of type-based static analysis.
type-based static analysis.

Laboratory

Département Ingénierie Logiciels et Systèmes (LIST)
LSL (DILS)
Laboratoire pour la Sûreté du Logiciel
Paris-Saclay
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