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Christopher Meyer
Chris works as a researcher and is eagerly looking for bugs in SSL/TLS, the Java platform and various applications. In addition, he is primarily interested in secure coding and exploiting coding mistakes.

Patching Java at runtime

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This article will slightly highlight how to fix issues with third party libs that can’t be circumvented are difficult to exclude/bypass/replaced simply provide no bugfix In such cases solving the issue remains a challengig task. As a motivation for this scenario consider the attacks on “hash indexed” data structures, such as java.util.Hashtable and java.util.HashMap (for those who are not familar ...

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