A Caller-Side Inline Reference Monitor for an Object-Oriented Intermediate Language

  title={A Caller-Side Inline Reference Monitor for an Object-Oriented Intermediate Language},
  author={Dries Vanoverberghe and Frank Piessens},
Runtime security policy enforcement systems are crucial to limit the risks associated with running untrustworthy (malicious or buggy) code. The inlined reference monitor approach to policy enforcement, pioneered by Erlingsson and Schneider, implements runtime enforcement through program rewriting: security checks are inserted inside untrusted programs. Ensuring complete mediation – the guarantee that every security-relevant event is actually intercepted by the monitor – is non-trivial when the… CONTINUE READING
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