Cyclone: A Safe Dialect of C. Trevor Jim, Greg Morrisett, Dan Grossman, Michael Hicks, James Cheney, and Yanling Wang. In Proceedings of the USENIX Annual Technical Conference, pages 275-288. USENIX, June 2002.

Cyclone is a safe dialect of C. It has been designed from the ground up to prevent the buffer overflows, format string attacks, and memory management errors that are common in C programs, while retaining C's syntax and semantics. This paper examines safety violations enabled by C's design, and shows how Cyclone avoids them, without giving up C's hallmark control over low-level details such as data representation and memory management.

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