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Verification of Windows Device Drivers

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Critical parts of the software stack, like Windows device drivers, are written in C and use kernel data structures like cyclic doubly-linked lists. We will describe SLAyer, an automatic formal verification tool that proves memory safety of such a codebase, and report on using it to verify a kmdf FireWire device driver.

This talk is part of the Theoretical computer science seminar series.

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