Alleged bugs in Windows Vista’s ASLR implementation

Thursday, 5 October 2006, 2:09 AM EST

I've had some people ask me about a paper that was recently published detailing alleged bugs in Address Space Layout Randomization in Windows Vista. It's great to see people looking at and scrutinizing Windows Vista before we ship.

With that said, it turns out this analysis is incomplete and leads the author to an incorrect assumption. Let me explain.

At Michael Howard's Web Log.

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