- Not to be confused with Cache coloring.
Memory Tagging (MT) or memory coloring is a mechanisim that enables tracking of illegal memory operations by tagging (or coloring) allocated memory regions in order to detect mismatches. Memory tagging is used to detect most common memory bugs such as buffer overflows and UAFs.
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