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SP
2005
IEEE
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10 years 8 months ago
On Safety in Discretionary Access Control
An apparently prevailing myth is that safety is undecidable in Discretionary Access Control (DAC); therefore, one needs to invent new DAC schemes in which safety analysis is decid...
Ninghui Li, Mahesh V. Tripunitara
SACMAT
2009
ACM
10 years 9 months ago
Safety in discretionary access control for logic-based publish-subscribe systems
Publish-subscribe (pub-sub) systems are useful for many applications, including pervasive environments. In the latter context, however, great care must be taken to preserve the pr...
Kazuhiro Minami, Nikita Borisov, Carl A. Gunter
CONCUR
2004
Springer
10 years 8 months ago
Type Based Discretionary Access Control
Abstract. Discretionary Access Control (DAC) systems provide powerful mechanisms for resource management based on the selective distribution of capabilities to selected classes of ...
Michele Bugliesi, Dario Colazzo, Silvia Crafa
ICEBE
2007
IEEE
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10 years 3 months ago
Practical Access Control Management for Outsourced EPC-related Data in RFID-enabled Supply Chain
To reduce deployment and maintenance costs companies often decide to outsource parts of RFID infrastructure to an external application service provider. In scenarios where outsour...
Sergei Evdokimov, Oliver Günther
SACMAT
2009
ACM
10 years 9 months ago
Trojan horse resistant discretionary access control
Modern operating systems primarily use Discretionary Access Control (DAC) to protect files and other operating system resources. DAC mechanisms are more user-friendly than Mandat...
Ziqing Mao, Ninghui Li, Hong Chen, Xuxian Jiang
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