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Author Archives: axtaxt
When trying to optimize algorithms implemented in java, not just cputime, and memory footprint are important, but often we are interested in the amount of generated garbage. If your service is bounded by some availability agreements having a deep knowledge … Continue reading
It is a while ago, when I last posted to this blog. Lately I’m focusing my interest more on mathematics (statistical inference, machine learning) and software engineering (functional reactive programming), than on software security. (Maybe I will post in those … Continue reading
I’ve recently checked the new features in the latest release (1.7.0_40) of Oracle’s Java SE, when I stumbled upon a new class, sun.misc.IoTrace. The source of sun.misc.IoTrace can be viewed here. Its basically and “empty” class, which does nothing, and … Continue reading
This post is about the analysis of CVE-2013-0809, a java security bug I’ve found. As it is common for java bugs, the most relevant information can be found in RedHat’s CVE database and in RedHat’s bugzilla. In this case it … Continue reading
It was a while ago, when I’ve created the post, titled ‘Benchmark: Rhino vs Chrome V8 on server side’. Since then, it has received a lot of critics about the measurement method, so I’ve decided to rerun the measurements: I’ve … Continue reading
It this post I’m going to analyse the details of CVE-2012-0711 (IBM’s security bulettin), an integer signedness bug, I’ve found in IBM DB2 Express-C a while ago. The description of the bug: “Integer signedness error in the db2dasrrm process in … Continue reading