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TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Info Systems OBJECTIVE: Investigate, design, and develop an automated or semi-automated software tool for the discovery, detection, and removal of unwanted or unnecessary software program features in any commonly used programming language. DESCRIPTION: Modern commercial software is notoriously bloated due to the one-size-fits-all methodology commonly practiced in virtually all development and deployment efforts. This practice eases the burden on developers that intend to sell and deploy code to a large and diverse user base, but prior work has shown it can have a detrimental impact on performance and security [1, 2]. Many features built into a software program may not be needed by the average user, but are often included with no way for those users to disable or remove those features. Between the additional code (which may contain its own bugs and vulnerabilities) and the potentially undesirable functionality, extraneous features unnecessarily hamper performance while broadening a software products attack surface [2].This effort seeks to reverse the trend toward one-size-fits-all software by creating prototype software tools that enable and empower end users to selectively remove software features they do not use or want. Examples of features to be removed could include elements of the user interface, support for legacy protocols, use of a camera or microphone, or something that could potentially compromise privacy such as a callback or diagnostic reporting functions. Some features may manifest themselves at the system call level while others may be more difficult to identify and trace back to specific regions of code. We make no assumption that developers have tagged their software to identify features, so identification of features and their corresponding code will be a key (but not insurmountable [3]) challenge of this effort, requiring performers to develop creative or innovative approaches in order to address it.Current state-of-the-art efforts in software reduction have largely focused on methods to improve performance that do not modify the functionality of the original code [2, 4]. Performers of this effort must advance beyond the state-of-the-art to address removal of unwanted features, thus tailoring functionality to the end user. No current capability exists to selectively trim unwanted features from commodity software by automated or semi-automated means.Given the focus on tailoring to the end user, tools proposed under this effort should be able to operate on software configurations commonly seen at delivery to the customer (e.g., APK files for Android or binaries for C/C++). The effort is not restricted to a specific programming language; submitters may choose to focus on any language for which they have the expertise so long as the language is general-purpose and commonly used. Both interpreted and compiled languages are of interest, but proposals should select a single language on which to focus.The ultimate goal of this late-stage customization effort is to allow each end user to better customize apps and other software for their needs specifically and reduce both the bloat and attack surface of the software they run. The end users that will need to operate the tools can be assumed to be Power Users, but will not be program analysis experts. After identifying which features and corresponding code must be cut, the application in question must be transparently rewritten to produce a version with selected features removed. This process should occur in as automated a fashion as possible. PHASE I: Develop a concept and methodology to identify features in software that may be of interest to remove and then tie them to their corresponding code. Develop a limited proof-of-concept prototype to demonstrate the viability of the approach for identifying and trimming software features. PHASE II: Develop the prototype into a fully functioning software toolset for identifying and tagging features in general software applications of the chosen language, allowing end users to selectively remove unwanted features and their corresponding code. Demonstrate and evaluate the efficacy of the tools on several software applications of varying complexity as selected by the performer, along with demonstration of the continued correct and functional operation of the remaining features. PHASE III: All third-party or commercial software used by the military contains extraneous features that unnecessarily widen a systems attack surface. Being able to remove those features without needing the cooperation of the developer would be a great advantage and drastically help improve the security posture of such systems. As a result, expected transition of these tools could extend to a wide range of government programs interested in improving the security and performance parameters of their software environments. Based on the performers selected language, the performer will work with the Program Office to integrate their tool to the appropriate POR as the first transition target, which would be selected from C4I, combat, or control systems programs. Private Sector Commercial Potential: As cyber security concerns increase, end users (especially those in enterprise settings) will look to implement a more fine-grained reduction of unused or easily misused features in the commodity software they run. Also, with the decreasing rate of gains in hardware performance each year, users will also find value in tools that make their software more efficient and reduce their current computational and memory requirements. If successful, the solicited methodology and toolset would find great interested and a sizable market in the commercial sector, where the tools could be offered as a service to customize commodity software for end users. REFERENCES: 1. N. Mitchell, G. Sevitsky, and H. Srinivasan. The Diary of a Datum: An Approach to Modeling Runtime Complexity in Framework-Based Applications." In Proceedings of the Workshop on Library-Centric Software Design (LCSD), 2005.

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