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By Sagar Chaki on December 12, 2016 9:00 AM| No Comments
This blog post is coauthored by Dionisio de Niz. Software with timers and clocks (STACs) exchange clock values to set timers and perform computation. STACs are key elements of safety-critical systems that make up the infrastructure of our daily lives....
By Sagar Chaki on September 19, 2011 5:45 PM| No Comments
Malware, which is short for "malicious software," consists of programming aimed at disrupting or denying operation, gathering private information without consent, gaining unauthorized access to system resources, and other inappropriate behavior. Malware infestation is of increasing concern to government and...
By Sagar Chaki on February 14, 2011 4:56 PM| No Comments
As software becomes an ever-increasing part of our daily lives, organizations find themselves relying on software that originates from unknown and untrusted sources. The vast majority of such software is available only as executables, known as "binaries." Many binaries--such as...
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