本論文所談論到的方法不僅僅，可以使用在以上的問題，更可以推廣到系統中有某一重要記憶體值，需要在某一安全範圍內更改，而不能只是單純的設定為唯讀。 ;There have been more vulnerabilities in the Linux Kernel in 2013 than there had been in the previous decade. In this paper, the research was focused on defending against arbitrary memory overwrites in Privilege Escalation.
To avoid malicious users getting root authority. The easiest way is to set the sensitive data structure to read-only. But we are not sure the sensitive data structure will never be modified by legal behavior from a normal device driver; thus, we posed a compatible solution between read-only solutions and writable solutions to enhance compatibility.
The main idea that we posed not only solves the above problem, but also the general problem which is ensuring that important memory values can only be changed within a safe range.