CHERI (Capability Hardware Enhanced RISC Instructions) is a computer technology designed to make systems more secure. Developed by the University of Cambridge and SRI International, it works by adding special protections to how a computer’s processor handles memory. This means that programs can only access the parts of memory they are supposed to, which helps prevent common security problems like hackers taking control through buffer overflows. Essentially, CHERI adds an extra layer of safety to make computers more secure and reliable.

This presentation will tell you a bit more about CHERI:


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