Ted Wobber, Aydan Yumerefendi, Martín Abadi, Andrew Birrell, and Daniel R. Simon
We describe a new design for authorization in operating systems in which applications are first-class entities. In this design, principals reflect application identities. Access control lists are patterns that recognize principals. We present a security model that embodies this design in an experimental operating system, and we describe the implementation of our design and its performance in the context of this operating system.
|Published in||Proceedings of the 2007 Eurosys Conference|
|Publisher||Association for Computing Machinery, Inc.|
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