silveroak VS crucible

Compare silveroak vs crucible and see what are their differences.

silveroak

Formal specification and verification of hardware, especially for security and privacy. (by project-oak)

crucible

Crucible is a library for symbolic simulation of imperative programs (by GaloisInc)
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silveroak crucible
3 2
97 593
- 1.7%
7.3 9.4
almost 2 years ago 19 days ago
Coq Rust
Apache License 2.0 -
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silveroak

Posts with mentions or reviews of silveroak. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-12-23.

crucible

Posts with mentions or reviews of crucible. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-03-23.
  • Kani Rust Verifier – a bit-precise model-checker for Rust
    7 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 23 Mar 2022
    Nice, I just would have liked to get all these different verification tools combined under the same interface, just being different backends as drafted by the rust verification tools work of project oak: have "cargo verify" as common command and use common test annotations, allowing the same test to be verified with different backends or just fuzzed/proptested.

    The model checking approach seems to be a bit limited regarding loops. There are also abstract interpreters, such as https://github.com/facebookexperimental/MIRAI, and symbolic executers, such as https://github.com/dwrensha/seer or https://github.com/GaloisInc/crucible.

    Overall I believe this space would benefit from more coordination and focus on developing something that has the theoretical foundations to cover as many needs as possible and then make a user-friendly tool out of it that is endorsed by the Rust project similar to how Rust analyzer is the one language server to come.

  • Type Theory Forall Podcast #13 - C/C++, Emacs, Haskell, and Coq. The Journey (John Wiegley)
    3 projects | /r/ProgrammingLanguages | 23 Dec 2021
    When we talk about formal methods being used in the industry I honestly think Galois' approach is the future. The main idea is to symbolically execute llvm code and run a SAT solver on the desired properties. See Crucible and SAW.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing silveroak and crucible you can also consider the following projects:

koika - A core language for rule-based hardware design 🦑

saw-script - The SAW scripting language.

vericert - A formally verified high-level synthesis tool based on CompCert and written in Coq.

MIRAI - Rust mid-level IR Abstract Interpreter

practical-fm - A gently curated list of companies using verification formal methods in industry

awesome-rust-formalized-reasoning - An exhaustive list of all Rust resources regarding automated or semi-automated formalization efforts in any area, constructive mathematics, formal algorithms, and program verification.

hacspec - Please see https://github.com/hacspec/hax

seer - symbolic execution engine for Rust

kami - A Platform for High-Level Parametric Hardware Specification and its Modular Verification

kani - Kani Rust Verifier

rmc - Kani Rust Verifier [Moved to: https://github.com/model-checking/kani]