The widespread proliferation of connectivity in embedded systems has made low-level code—the hardware-specific code found in device firmware, OS kernels and other so-called “bare-metal” applications—critical to the cybersecurity of those systems.
As a result, low-level code has also become an inviting target for malicious software hackers.
Coding flaws in low-level code create vulnerabilities that hackers love to exploit. Once they breach those low-level layers, hackers have access to the hardware below, any application layers above and any sensitive data that lies within.
Unfortunately, standard software verification methods like conventional static analysis and software testing are not up to the task of securing today’s connected devices; they cannot provide a guarantee that all coding defects and vulnerabilities have been eliminated.
There is, however, an available alternative that can provide just such a guarantee. That alternative is called exhaustive static analysis.
In our new white paper, “From Bare Metal to Kernel Code: How Exhaustive Static Analysis Can Guarantee Airtight Security in Low-level Software and Firmware,” developers of operating systems, device firmware and other embedded, bare-metal applications will learn:
and much more.
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