Corpus ID: 208202274

Pyronia: Intra-Process Access Control for IoT Applications

  title={Pyronia: Intra-Process Access Control for IoT Applications},
  author={Marcela S. Melara and D. H. Liu and M. Freedman},
  journal={arXiv: Operating Systems},
  • Marcela S. Melara, D. H. Liu, M. Freedman
  • Published 2019
  • Computer Science
  • arXiv: Operating Systems
  • Third-party code plays a critical role in IoT applications, which generate and analyze highly privacy-sensitive data. Unlike traditional desktop and server settings, IoT devices mostly run a dedicated, single application. As a result, vulnerabilities in third-party libraries within a process pose a much bigger threat than on traditional platforms. We present Pyronia, a fine-grained access control system for IoT applications written in high-level languages. Pyronia exploits developers' coarse… CONTINUE READING


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