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Secrecy in Untrusted Networks

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Secrecy in Untrusted Networks
We investigate the protection of migrating agents against the untrusted sites they traverse. The resulting calculus provides a formal framework to reason about protection policies and security protocols over distributed, mobile infrastructures, and aims to stand to ambients as the spi calculus stands to π. We present a type system that separates trusted and untrusted data and code, while allowing safe interactions with untrusted sites. We prove that the type system enforces a privacy property, and show the expressiveness of the calculus via examples and an encoding of the spi calculus.
Michele Bugliesi, Silvia Crafa, Amela Prelic, Vlad
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where ICALP
Authors Michele Bugliesi, Silvia Crafa, Amela Prelic, Vladimiro Sassone
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