Securing interaction between threads and the scheduler

@article{Russo2006SecuringIB,
  title={Securing interaction between threads and the scheduler},
  author={Alejandro Russo and Andrei Sabelfeld},
  journal={19th IEEE Computer Security Foundations Workshop (CSFW'06)},
  year={2006},
  pages={13 pp.-189}
}
The problem of information flow in multithreaded programs remains an important open challenge. Existing approaches to specifying and enforcing information flow security often suffer from over-restrictiveness, relying on non-standard semantics, lack of compositionality, inability to handle dynamic threads, scheduler dependence, and efficiency overhead for code that results from security-enforcing transformations. This paper suggests a remedy for some of these shortcomings by developing a novel… CONTINUE READING
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