The C and C++ languages provide for memory access via pointers, however, these languages do not ensure the safe use of pointers.
by Milind Girkar, Hongjiu Lu, David Kreitzer, and Vyacheslav Zakharin (Intel)
Intel has announced a new technology called Intel® Memory Protection Extensions (Intel® MPX).
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
Intel® SDE includes a software validation mechanism to restrict executed instructions to a part
The -check-pointers switch, which enables the Pointer Checker feature, cannot be used with the -static flag on Linux* (/MT on Windows*) which forces all Intel libraries to be linked staticall
Abstract: This document describes Intel® Memory Protection Extensions (Intel® MPX), its motivation, and programming model.
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