Google Using Clang Sanitizers to Protect Android Against Cellular Baseband Vulnerabilities

Google is emphasizing how Clang sanitizers help to prevent specific types of vulnerabilities and harden the security of the Android operating system’s cellular baseband.

This includes BoundsSanitizer (BoundSan) and Integer Overflow Sanitizer (IntSan), which are components of UndefinedBehaviorSanitizer (UBSan), a tool created to detect and eliminate various forms of undefined behavior that may arise during program execution.

Ivan Lozano and Roger Piqueras Jover stated in a post on Tuesday that “they are architecture agnostic, suitable for bare-metal deployment, and should be enabled in existing C/C++ code bases read more Google Using Clang Sanitizers to Protect Android Against Cellular Baseband Vulnerabilities.

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