May 16, 2024, 1 p.m. | Trail of Bits

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By Dominik Klemba and Dominik Czarnota This post will guide you through using AddressSanitizer (ASan), a compiler plugin that helps developers detect memory issues in code that can lead to remote code execution attacks (such as WannaCry or this WebP implementation bug). ASan inserts checks around memory accesses during compile time, and crashes the program […]

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