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Showing 1 - 3 of 3 results for the Author - roger dannenberg (school of computer science Secure Coding

Presentation | November 2010 - Presentation As-If Infinitely Ranged Integer Model By Roger Dannenberg (School of Computer Science - Carnegie Mellon University), Thomas Plum (Plum Hall - Inc.), Will Dormann, David Keaton, Robert C. Seacord, David Svoboda, Alex Volkovitsky, Timothy Wilson

This ISSRE 2010 paper describes the AIR Integer model for eliminating vulnerabilities resulting from integer overflow, truncation, and unanticipated wrapping.

Technical Note | April 2010 - Technical Note As-If Infinitely Ranged Integer Model, Second Edition By Roger Dannenberg (School of Computer Science - Carnegie Mellon University), Will Dormann, David Keaton, Thomas Plum (Plum Hall - Inc.), Robert C. Seacord, David Svoboda, Alex Volkovitsky, Timothy Wilson

In this report, the authors present the as-if infinitely ranged (AIR) integer model, a mechanism for eliminating integral exceptional conditions.

White Paper | February 2010 - White Paper Instrumented Fuzz Testing Using AIR Integers (Whitepaper) By Roger Dannenberg (School of Computer Science - Carnegie Mellon University), Will Dormann, David Keaton, Robert C. Seacord, Timothy Wilson, Thomas Plum (Plum Hall - Inc.)

In this paper, the authors present the as-if infinitely ranged (AIR) integer model, which provides a mechanism for eliminating integral exceptional conditions.