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Malware Against the C Monoculture

Teddy Rogers

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Teddy Rogers

It’s possible to write any program in any programming language; that’s what Turing completeness means. Therefore, it’s possible write malware in any language, too. But in both cases, what’s possible isn’t always feasible. Performance issues, compatibility issues, the availability of third-party libraries and useful primitives — all of these can spell the difference between a huge success and a huge headache.



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