Contributed by grey on from the the Best Coast's best compsec conference. dept.
It's been a while since Theo de Raadt presented striking new memory protections at CanSecWest, but he is back with new stuff OpenBSD has been cooking up to make exploits tougher. He'll be presenting:
"Synthetic Memory Protections, beyond R, W, and X"
Execute only memory anyone? Immutable mappings? Syscall permissions on mappings? Some powerful and interesting new ideas.
I promised Theo an audience technical enough to get it.
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