Securing the .NET Programming Model (Industrial Application)

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The security of the .NET programming model is studied from the standpoint of fully abstract compilation of C). A number of failures of full abstraction are identified, and fixes described. The most serious problems have recently been fixed for version 2.0 of the .NET Common Language Runtime.

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