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Improving Memory Safety in Android 12 Using MTE


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Serban Constantinescu

Product Manager, Google

This session explores memory safety in the Android ecosystem, and how it is implemented in Android 12.

We will understand how MTE is included in the app development flow and what types of common memory vulnerabilities and memory bugs you can expect to find when using MTE.

We will cover why an app developer would want this feature enabled and what happens when you receive an MTE fault while in different modes and situations.

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