Wiebke Kronz

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We present ConXsense, the first framework for context-aware access control on mobile devices based on context classification. Previous context-aware access control systems often require users to laboriously specify detailed policies or they rely on pre-defined policies not adequately reflecting the true preferences of users. We present the design and(More)
—In this paper, we present the design and implementation of ConXsense, a framework utilizing context sensing for easy-to-use and adaptive context-aware access control for mobile devices. Previous work often require either users to laboriously specify detailed policies or they rely on pre-specified, non-personalized and error-prone policies for generic(More)
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