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Address-space randomization (ASR) is a promising solution to defend against memory corruption attacks that have contributed to about three-quarters of US-CERT advisories in the past few years. Several techniques have been proposed for implementing ASR on Linux, but its application to Microsoft Windows, the largest monoculture on the Internet, has not received as much attention. We address this problem in this paper and describe a solution that provides about 15-bits of randomness in thedoi:10.1109/acsac.2006.10 dblp:conf/acsac/LiJS06 fatcat:izttl3kirbeyzj3erjf345wba4