Saturday, May 28, 2011

Paper and Slides Available for "Virtuoso: Narrowing the Semantic Gap in Virtual Machine Introspection"

I've recently returned from Oakland, CA, where the 25 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy was held. There were a lot of excellent talks, and it was great to catch up with others in the security community. Now that the conference is over, I'm happy to release the paper and slides of our work, "Virtuoso: Narrowing the Semantic Gap in Virtual Machine Introspection", which I have described in an earlier post.

The slides contain some animations, and so I've made them available in three formats:
You can also get a copy of the full paper here. I'm also hoping to have the source ready for release soon; when it is available, you'll be able to find it on Google Code under the name Virtuoso.

Once again, thanks to my most excellent co-authors at MIT Lincoln Labs and Georgia Tech for helping me see this project through!

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