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Monitoring Translation Lookahead Buffers to Detect Code Injection Attacks

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By identifying memory pages that external I/O operations have modified, a proposed scheme blocks malicious injected code activation, accurately distinguishing an attack from legitimate code injection with negligible performance impact and no changes to the user application.

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Computer  (Volume:47 ,  Issue: 7 )