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  • Using Information Flow to Design an ISA that Controls Timing Channels 

    Zagieboylo, Drew; Suh, Gookwon Edward; Myers, Andrew C. (2019)
    Information-flow control (IFC) enforcing languages can provide high assurance that software does not leak information or allow an attacker to influence critical systems. IFC hardware description languages have also been ...
  • Beyond Labels: Permissiveness for Dynamic Information Flow Enforcement 

    Kozyri, Elisavet; Schneider, Fred B.; Bedford, Andrew; Desharnais, Josée; Tawbi, Nadia (2019-02-28)
    Flow-sensitive labels used by dynamic enforcement mechanisms might themselves encode sensitive information, which can leak. Metalabels, employed to represent the sensitivity of labels, exhibit the same problem. This paper ...
  • RIF: Reactive Information Flow Labels 

    Kozyri, Elisavet; Schneider, Fred B. (2019-04-08)
    Restrictions that a reactive information flow (RIF) label imposes on a value are determined by the sequence of operations used to derive that value. This allows declassification, endorsement, and other forms of reclassification ...
  • X-Containers: Breaking Down Barriers to Improve Performance and Isolation of Cloud-Native Containers 

    Shen, Zhiming; Sun, Zhen; Sela, Gur-Eyal; Bagdasaryan, Eugene; Delimitrou, Christina; Van Renesse, Robbert; Weatherspoon, Hakim (2018-08-29)
    “Cloud-native” container platforms, such as Kubernetes, have become an integral part of production cloud environments. One of the principles in designing cloud-native applications is called “Single Concern Principle”, which ...
  • Security Results for SIRRTL, A Hardware Description Language for Information Flow Security 

    Ferraiuolo, Andrew (2017-12)
    This document establishes security results for SIRRTL, a secure variant of the FIRRTL intermediate language. We developed ChiselFlow, a variant of the Chisel hardware design language [1] for information flow security. ...

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