Information flow control for java : a comprehensive approach based on path conditions in dependence Graphs
- Hammer, Christian
- KIT Scientific Publishing 2009
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- 1 electronic resource (221 p. p.)
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- Information flow control (IFC) is a technique to assert the security of a given program with respect to a given security policy. The classical policy noninterference requires that public output of a program may not be influenced from secret input. This work leverages a technique called program slicing, which is closely connected to IFC and offers many dimensions for improving analysis precision, the most powerful are Path Conditions. Our evaluation shows scalability with a low annotation burden.
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- DOAB Library.
- Creative Commons https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/
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