2014
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-54833-8_24
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Abstract: Software testing is often unable to detect all program flaws. These bugs are most commonly reported to programmers in error reports containing core dumps and/or execution traces that frequently reveal users' private information without providing all necessary information for effective debugging. Hence, these mechanisms are sparsely used due to users' data privacy concerns. This paper presents REAP, a new fault replication method, which allows for enhancing privacy protection while still providing software deve…

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