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Modern program analysis environments lack a principled method of monitoring low-level memory events. Such monitoring is of great value to activities like debugging, reverse engineering, vulnerability analysis, and security policy enforcement. Although current systems can be coerced to produce streams of memory events, most such techniques are inefficient or overly invasive and offer an unconstrained control over memory, which can subvert the reliability of such memory interposition as part ofdblp:conf/woot/LaingLA14 fatcat:nikmrpvwozcunkqsjt4onbrvpe