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Intel® Memory Protection Extensions Enabling Guide

This document describes Intel® Memory Protection Extensions (Intel® MPX), its motivation, and programming model. It also describes the enabling requirements and the current status of enabling in the supported OSs: Linux* and Windows* and compilers: Intel® C++ Compiler, GCC, and Visual C++*. Finally, the paper describes how ISVs can incrementally enable bounds checking in their Intel MPX...
Authored by Sundaram Ramakesavan (Intel) Last updated on 02/04/2016 - 16:32
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Introduction to Intel® Memory Protection Extensions

The C and C++ languages provide for memory access via pointers, however, these languages do not ensure the safe use of pointers.

Authored by RB (Intel) Last updated on 11/13/2015 - 08:56
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Intel® Memory Protection Extensions on Windows® 10: A Tutorial

Intel has introduced Intel® Memory Protection Extensions, a new extension to the instruction set architecture that aims to enhance software security by helping to protect against buffer overflow attacks.In this article, we discuss buffer overflow, and then give step-by step details on how application developers can prevent their apps from suffering from buffer overflow attacks on Windows® 10
Authored by Fanjiang Pei (Intel) Last updated on 11/02/2016 - 12:27
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Intel® Memory Protection Extensions (Intel® MPX) Runtime Support

Enabling an application to use Intel MPX will generally not require source code updates but there is some runtime code needed in order to make use of Intel MPX.  For most applications this runtime

Authored by Brian Vajda (Intel) Last updated on 10/29/2015 - 14:40
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Using Intel® Software Guard Extensions SDK Tools from Intel® Software Guard Extensions SDK

This topic introduces how to use the following tools that the Intel® Software Guard Extensions SDK provides:

Last updated on 11/30/2016 - 07:48
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