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How Google protects the Android kernel, and future plans

Discussion in 'Help Net Security' started by RSS, Jul 28, 2016.

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    On Wednesday, Jeff Vander Stoep of Google’s Android Security team took to the official Android Developers blog and shared some information about the defenses they have already implemented in Android, and some that they are currently working on. Memory protections that they have introduced include: Segmentation of kernel memory and equipping the segments with restrictive page access permissions, the marking of code as read only + execute, and marking the data sections as no-execute and … More →

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