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FaCT Case Studies

This repository contains the ported code for the case studies in the FaCT paper, as well copies of each cryptographic library for the purposes of benchmarking. The directory already contains pre-built object files and assembly files for each case study, built for a 64-bit Ubuntu environment. If you would like to rebuild the files yourself, you can follow the instructions below to rebuild them from the FaCT source files.

Comparison of FaCT and C implementations

Refer to the table in comparison.md.

Virtual machine image

You can download a VM image pre-configured for building the FaCT compiler and case studies. The file fact.ova should have a SHA256 sum of 089398c85c5074d911c2f2b67ca22df453235e8733f1eb283c71717cf70f714c.

(Re)compiling FaCT ports

To rebuild the FaCT implementations, first configure your environment: export FACTC="/path/to/factc" . Then, from the fact-eval directory, run make generate . This will recompile the FaCT source files for each case study.

Compiling case studies

To compile the case studies, you will need autoconf:

sudo apt-get install autoconf libtool-bin

Then, to compile all of the case studies, run make compile from the fact-eval directory.

Running benchmarks and code count

To run code count, you will need cloc:

sudo apt-get install cloc

make bench loc ; cat results.txt ; cat clocs.txt

To run the benchmarks, run make bench from the fact-eval directory. This will run each case study's respective benchmarking suites and collect the results into a file called results.txt.

To run code count, run make loc from the fact-eval directory. This will run a code count on each case study's FaCT code and corresponding C implementation, using cloc --force-lang=c++. The results are collected into clocs.txt. Note: We force cloc's language parser to C++ for all files (even C implementations) to correctly handle C++-style comments.

Validating constant-time

To evaluate the case studies using dudect, you must first build the dudect test frameworks for each case study:

cd dudect/
make all

The evaluation procedure simply consists of allowing each binary to run for a suitably large number of sample sizes, and checking that the output continues to report: "For the moment, maybe constant time." The provided helper script, run-all-10m.sh, will run each test framework for 10 minutes while capturing output, as a convenience.

Acknowledgements

We thank the anonymous PLDI and PLDI AEC reviewers for their suggestions and insightful comments.

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