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- Guilhem Lacombe, David Féliot, Etienne Boespflug, Marie-Laure Potet:
Combining static analysis and dynamic symbolic execution in a toolchain to detect fault injection vulnerabilities. CoRR abs/2303.03999 (2023)
- Julien Lancia:
Detecting fault injection vulnerabilities in binaries with symbolic execution. ECAI 2022: 1-8
- Hoang M. Le, Vladimir Herdt, Daniel Große, Rolf Drechsler:
Resilience evaluation via symbolic fault injection on intermediate code. DATE 2018: 845-850
- James Patrick-Evans, Lorenzo Cavallaro, Johannes Kinder:
POTUS: Probing Off-The-Shelf USB Drivers with Symbolic Fault Injection. WOOT 2017
- Karthik Pattabiraman, Nithin Nakka, Zbigniew T. Kalbarczyk, Ravishankar K. Iyer:
SymPLFIED: Symbolic Program-Level Fault Injection and Error Detection Framework. IEEE Trans. Computers 62(11): 2292-2307 (2013)
- Karthik Pattabiraman, Nithin Nakka, Zbigniew Kalbarczyk, Ravishankar K. Iyer:
SymPLFIED: Symbolic program-level fault injection and error detection framework. DSN 2008: 472-481
- Ashish Darbari, Bashir M. Al-Hashimi, Peter Harrod, Daryl Bradley:
A New Approach for Transient Fault Injection Using Symbolic Simulation. IOLTS 2008: 93-98
- Daniel Larsson, Reiner Hähnle:
Symbolic Fault Injection. VERIFY 2007
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