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We describe Sapper, a language for creating critical hardware components that have provably secure information flow. Most systems that enforce information flow policies place the hardware microarchitecture within the trusted computing base, and also assume that the observable behavior of that microarchitecture is fully and correctly documented. However, the reality is that this behavior is incompletely (and sometimes incorrectly) specified, and that the microarchitecture itself often containsdoi:10.1145/2465106.2465214 dblp:conf/pldi/0001KOTRKSHC13 fatcat:v5mwy4pquzdj5bjo5564tir4yi