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Software diversity has been applied to operating system kernels to protect against code-reuse attacks. However, the security of fine-grained software diversification relies on ensuring that the code layout remains secret. Unfortunately, memory disclosure vulnerabilities assist adversaries in bypassing software diversity protections by leaking the code layout. In this paper, we propose KHide, a system that thwarts kernel code-reuse attacks by combining fine-grained software diversity techniquesdoi:10.1109/cns.2016.7860485 dblp:conf/cns/GiontaEL16 fatcat:nh4uohrjybdv5nlz5awsnqv4vq