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As the most basic cloud service model, Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) has been widely used for serving the evergrowing computing demand due to the prevalence of the cloud. Using pools of hypervisors within the cloud, IaaS can support a large number of Virtual Machines (VMs) and scale services in a highly dynamic manner. However, it is well-known that the VMs in IaaS are vulnerable to co-residence threat, which can be easily exploited to launch different malicious attacks. In thisdblp:conf/uss/XuWW15 fatcat:os2hszaurjc3jbkjxh53egr7cq