Proceedings of the Computer Security Foundations Workshop III



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Secure information flow implies that an attacker cannot learn confidential data (secrets) by observing public output. We use KeY to verify that a program adheres to a specified information flow policy (project DeduSec) and to generate test cases that show the existence of an information leak or even extract the actual secret (project ALBIA).

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The aim of the FCS workshop is to provide a forum for the discussion of continued research in this area.[C36] William C. Garrison III and Adam J. Lee, “Decomposing, Comparing, and Synthesizing Access Control Expressiveness Simulations,” Proceedings of the 28th IEEE Computer Security Foundations Symposium (CSF), July [59] Kun Bai, Meng Yu, Peng Liu, TRACE: Zero-down-time Database Damage Tracking, Quarantine, and Cleansing with Negligible Run-time Overhead, to appear in Proceedings of 13th European Symposium on Research in Computer Security (ESORICS ), Malaga, Spain,