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Software Protection: fighting reverse engineering in the ASPIRE project

27 Luglio 2017
San Francesco - Via della Quarquonia 1 (Classroom 1 )
Software Protection techniques aim to defend the confidentiality and integrity of software applications running on untrusted hosts (PC, smartphone, cloud) which are exposed to an adversary that shares the execution host and access privileges of the application. This is often denoted as protection against MATE (Man-At-The-End) attacks. The talk will provide an overview of software protections to contrast MATE attacks, followed by an overview of the results of the European Project ASPIRE (Advanced Software Protection: Integration Research and Exploitation), particularly on obfuscation, code renewability, software diversity, and protection assessment. More information on the ASPIRE project's website: https://aspire-fp7.eu/
Falcarin, Paolo