|Sun 13 - Sat 19 January 2019, Cascais, Portugal|
PriSC 2019 with POPL 2019
Workshop description Today’s computer systems are insecure. The semantics of mainstream low-level languages like C provide no security against devastating vulnerabilities like buffer overflows and control-flow hijacking. Even for safer languages, establishing security with respect to the language’s semantics does not prevent low-level attacks. All the abstraction and security guarantees of the source language ar ...
|Mon 8 - Sat 13 January 2018, Los Angeles, California, United States|
PriSC 2018 with POPL 2018
News: All the speakers have made their slides available Do not miss the chance to submit short talks on your cutting-edge research until 14 December 2017, 23:59 AoE . Workshop program is now available POPL/PriSC registration is open; early rate ends on 10 December 2017 List of presentations accepted at PriSC is now public Invited talk by Mathias Payer on Challenges For Compiler-backed Secur ...