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Hunting viruses in binary code

Jean-Michel Prima - 24/06/2014

A few malicious instructions concealed in the code of a software application are all it takes to compromise the security of an information system. At the Inria Rennes-Bretagne Atlantique centre, a team of research scientists is studying how formal procedures can be used to analyse binary code to make it more legible and thus simplify the detection of malicious programs that might be lurking within. This work is being carried out in partnership with the DGA Maîtrise de l’information facility (French Defence Procurement Agency Information Security and Control) in Rennes, France.

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Telecoms, networks, multimedia

The first high-security laboratory dedicated to computer security

Located at the heart of the Inria Nancy - Grand-Est centre, the High-Security Computing Laboratory (known by its French acronym LHS) is designed to cater to decisive research work for making networks, Internet exchanges and associated telecommunications equipment safe. Alongside its partners, Inria is today inaugurating this completely new research facility. The LHS provides the technological and regulatory framework needed for scientific advances that accompany developments in our technological society. Open to industrial partners, the laboratory also represents a favourable opportunity for the reliability tests that are needed before various technological products or solutions can be put on the market.

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José M. Fernandez

Telecoms, Networks, Multimedia

"A unique structure that paves the way for high quality scientific work"

Interview with José M. Fernandez, Assistant Professor at the Department of Computer Engineering and Software Engineering at the Polytechnic School of Montreal. He directs a unit similar to the High-Security Computing Laboratory at the Polytechnic School of Montreal, namely the Information Systems Security Research Laboratory (known by its French acronym SecSI).

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LHS

Telecoms, networks, multimedia

A completely new facility to support cutting-edge computer security work

Located at the heart of the Inria Nancy - Grand-Est centre, the High-Security Computing Laboratory (known by its French acronym LHS) is designed to cater to decisive research work for making networks, Internet exchanges and associated telecommunications equipment safe. The LHS provides the technological and regulatory framework needed for scientific advances that accompany developments in our technological society. Open to industrial partners, the laboratory also represents a favourable opportunity for the reliability tests that are needed before various technological products or solutions can be put on the market.

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Equipe-projet Carte et Madynes

Telecoms, networks, multimedia

A multi-theme research field involving numerous Inria project-teams

Around 50 Inria research teams are conducting research work connected with computer security, an issue that is central to the work of around 15 of these teams.

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