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Instead of randomly selecting keys from a large key pool and assigning them to sensor nodes, our method randomly chooses polynomials from a polynomial pool and ACM Transactions on Information and System Security, Vol. 8, No. 1, February 2005. Establishing Pairwise Keys in Sensor Networks • 49 assigns their polynomial shares to sensor nodes. However, our scheme also differs from the scheme in [Eschenauer and Gligor 2002]. In [Eschenauer and Gligor 2002], the same key may be shared by multiple sensor nodes.

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CONCLUSIONS In this paper we introduced the concept of a randomized instruction set emulator as a defense against binary code injection attacks. We demonstrated the feasibility and utility of this concept with a proof-of-concept implementation based ACM Transactions on Information and System Security, Vol. 8, No. 1, February 2005. 34 • E. G. Barrantes et al. on Valgrind. Our implementation successfully scrambles binary code at load time, unscrambles it instruction-by-instruction during instruction fetch, and executes the unscrambled code correctly.

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