Short talk: Compiler Optimizations with Retrofitting Transformations: Is there a Semantic Mismatch?
A retrofitting transformation modifies an input program by adding instrumentation to monitor security properties at runtime. These tools often transform the input program in complex ways. Compiler optimizations can erroneously remove the instrumentation added by a retrofitting transformation in the presence of semantic mismatches between the assumptions of retrofitting transformations and compiler optimizations. This talk will highlight a strategy to ascertain that every event of interest that is checked in the retrofitted program is also checked after optimizations. Our initial experiments have identified bugs both in previously proposed retrofitting transformations and our implementations of retrofitting transformations.
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|11:30 - 11:35|
|Short talk: The Meaning of Memory Safety|
Arthur Azevedo de AmorimCarnegie Mellon University, USA, Cătălin HriţcuInria Paris, Benjamin C. PierceUniversity of PennsylvaniaPre-print File Attached
|11:35 - 11:40|
|Short talk: Dependently Typed Assembly for Secure Linking|
William J. BowmanNortheastern University, USALink to publication File Attached
|11:40 - 11:45|
|Short talk: Compiler Optimizations with Retrofitting Transformations: Is there a Semantic Mismatch?|
Santosh NagarakatteRutgers University, USAPre-print File Attached
|11:45 - 11:50|
|Short Talk: Secure compilation from F* to WebAssembly|
Jonathan ProtzenkoMicrosoft Research, n.n.File Attached