BakerSFIeld: Bringing software fault isolation to x64. We present BakerSFIeld, a Software Fault Isolation (SFI) framework for the x64 instruction set architecture. BakerSFIeld is derived from PittSFIeld, and retains the assembly language rewriting style of sandboxing, but has been substantially re-architected for greater clarity, separating the concerns of rewriting the program for memory safety, and re-aligning the code for control-flow safety. BakerSFIeld also corrects several significant security flaws we found in PittSFIeld. We measure the performance of BakerSFIeld on a modern 64-bit desktop machine and determine that it has significantly lower overhead than its 32-bit cousin.

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  1. Tan, Gang; Morrisett, Greg: Bidirectional grammars for machine-code decoding and encoding (2018)