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existing software package managers are popular in terms of easy-to-use and management. however, they do not possess sufficient security guarantees and are vulnerable to various threats such as malware. these issues have attracted the attention of researchers, and they have proposed solutions to improve the security of package managers. among them, an effective approach is to add signatures to the packages and resolve problems by verifying the signatures. unfortunately, this is not practical because of the growing number of packages, requiring an enormous amount of signature data. to address this issue, we propose a method to generate the signatures and the verification process dynamically. our method adds signatures to the packages by analyzing the program code during the execution. the signatures are saved in the package repositories. the signatures are verified using the signature cache, and are updated whenever the signatures of a new version are added. our method is implemented in a standalone tool, and is independent from the package managers. it can be used as an additional tool to improve the security of package managers or integrated into existing package managers. by deploying our tool, the security of package managers can be improved, and the usability can be maintained.
software security is an important issue to ensure the safety of software products. in particular, unauthorized access to the source code of software products, which is widely used as a vehicle for malware propagation, is one of the biggest threats to software security. even though various approaches have been proposed to protect source code, no practical methods have been developed yet because of the difficulty of their maintenance. in this paper, we propose a source code protection method based on information hiding and verification techniques. a software product is encrypted, and the security level of the product can be determined by decrypting the product. the decryption process is performed only once upon installation. to protect the source code, we introduce a version control system to track changes to the source code. our method enables the application of source code protection to a range of existing software products, such as web applications. the proposed scheme is readily implemented, as it does not require any dedicated hardware or specialized software tools, and thus can be realized in practice.
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