Adaptiveness in Well-Typed java bytecode verification
- ACM Press
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- Proceedings of the CASCON 2006, 2006, pp. 1 - 15
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Research on security techniques for Java bytecode has paid little attention to the security of the implementations of the techniques themselves, assuming that ordinary tools for programming, verification and testing are sufficient for security. However, different categories of security policies and mechanisms usually require different implementations. Each implementation requires extensive effort to test it and/or verify it.We show that programming with well-typed pattern structures in a statically well-typed language makes it possible to implement static byte-code verification in a fully type-safe and highly adaptive way, with security policies being fed in as first-order parameters, reduces the effort required to verify security of an implementation itself and the programming need for new policies. Also bytecode instrumentation can be handled in exactly the same way. The approach aims at reducing the workload of building and understanding distributed systems, especially those of mobile code.
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