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A lightweight detection mechanism of control flow modification for IoT devices
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 Title & Authors
A lightweight detection mechanism of control flow modification for IoT devices
Pak, Dohyun; Lee, JongHyup;
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 Abstract
Constrained IoT devices cannot achieve full coverage of software attestation even though the integrity of software is critical. The limited modification attacks on control flow of software aim at the shadow area uncovered in software attestation processes. In this paper, we propose a light-weight protection system that detects modification by injecting markers to program code.
 Keywords
Software Attestation;IoT devices;
 Language
Korean
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