Security-enhancing compilers (video)

Security-enhancing compilers (video)

Graham Markall

SECURE — Security Enhancing Compilation for use in Real Environments — is a 1-year project that is funded by Innovate UK to develop robust, production-ready implementations of security-enhancing compiler techniques. These implementations are being developed in open-source compilers, GCC and LLVM, to enable widespread access the tools for developing secure software.

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ISC 2017

Craig Blackmore

I recently attended ISC 2017 in Frankfurt. Here are my personal highlights from the main conference, as well as the tutorial and workshop days. Main Conference Top500 and Green500 Rankings In the Top500 there was little change to the top[…]

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Building a punched tape reader for Chip Hack

Peter Bennett

Back when the concept of an ‘electronic brain’ was new, the methods for storing information necessary for the running of the computer were primitive. Many early computers used punched paper tape, and EDSAC was no different. EDSAC used five hole[…]

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