Secure Prolog-based mobile code

@article{Loke2001SecurePM,
  title={Secure Prolog-based mobile code},
  author={Seng Wai Loke and Andrew Davison},
  journal={Theory and Practice of Logic Programming},
  year={2001},
  volume={1},
  pages={321 - 357}
}
  • S. Loke, A. Davison
  • Published 2001
  • Computer Science
  • Theory and Practice of Logic Programming
LogicWeb mobile code consists of Prolog-like rules embedded in Web pages, thereby adding logic programming behaviour to those pages. Since LogicWeb programs are downloaded from foreign hosts and executed locally, there is a need to protect the client from buggy or malicious code. A security model is crucial for making LogicWeb mobile code safe to execute. This paper presents such a model, which supports programs of varying trust levels by using different resource access policies. The… Expand
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