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V.D. Gligor, Department of Computer Science, University of Maryland
The problems of review and revocation of access privileges are presented in the context of the systems that use capabilities for the long-term distribution of access privileges. An approach that solves both of these problems in their-most general form is presented in this paper. The approach requires that a capability propagation graph be maintained in memory spaces associated with subjects (e.g., domains, processes, etc.) that make copies of the respective capability; the graph remains inaccessible to those subjects, however. Parallel processes of the operating system update the graph as the system runs.
Index Terms:
type extension, Access control lists, access privilege, access review, capabilities, capability-propagation graph, fle systems, kernels, management policies, reference counts, selective revocation, shared objects, short capabilities
Citation:
V.D. Gligor, "Review and Revocation of Access Privileges Distributed Through Capabilities," IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, vol. 5, no. 6, pp. 575-586, Nov. 1979, doi:10.1109/TSE.1979.230193
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