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Crema: A LangSec-inspired Language - Sergey Bratus, Jacob Torrey BSides Las Vegas 2015 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Crema: A LangSec-inspired Language
Sergey Bratus, Jacob Torrey

We discuss the potential for significant reduction in the size and complexity of verification tasks for input-handling software when such software is constructed according to LangSec principles, i.e., is designed as a recognizer for a particular language of valid inputs and is compiled for a suitably limited computational model no stronger than needed for the recognition task. We will demo Crema, an open-source programming language and restricted execution environment of sub-Turing power.

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