By John Bell, Moshe Machover
A accomplished one-year graduate (or complex undergraduate) path in mathematical common sense and foundations of arithmetic. No past wisdom of common sense is needed; the publication is acceptable for self-study. Many routines (with tricks) are integrated.
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Researchers have often made assumptions about the behavior of the adversary that have no basis in reality. In our own research, we (the authors of this book) have often made the assumption that “the adversary will employ static analysis techniques to attack the system,” because coming from a compiler background, that’s exactly what we would do! ” One might assume that those researchers came from a graph-theoretic background. ” Unfortunately, much of the research published on surreptitious software has not clarified the attack model that was used.
Army Project Executive Offices (PEOs) and Project Managers (PMs) are now charged with executing Army and Department of Defense (DoD) AT policies in the design and implementation of their systems. Embedded software is at the core of modern weapon systems and is one of the most critical technologies to be protected. S. technologies against exploitation via reverse engineering. Standard compiled code with no AT is easy to reverse engineer, so the goal of employed AT techniques will be to make that effort more difficult.
The answer is that there are real-world problems that don’t fit neatly into traditional computer security and cryptography research but that are interesting nonetheless. For example, in this book we will show you how to use software watermarking to fight piracy. A software watermark is a unique identifier (such as someone’s credit card number or your copyright notice) that you embed into your program to uniquely bind it to you (the author) or your customer. If you find illegal copies of your program being sold at a market in Singapore, you can extract the watermark and trace the illegal copy back to the original purchaser.
A Course in Mathematical Logic by John Bell, Moshe Machover