DOI: 10.1109/date.2004.1268916
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Abstract: A strong level of trust in the software running on an embedded processor is a prerequisite for its widespread deployment in any high-risk system. The expanding field of software protection attempts to address the key steps used by hackers in attacking a software system. In this paper we present an efficient and tunable approach to some problems in embedded software protection that utilizes a hardware/software codesign methodology. By coupling our protective compiler techniques with reconfigurable hardware supp…

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