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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Traditional access control models and mechanisms struggle to contain the threats posed by malware and software vulnerabilities as these cannot differentiate between processes acting on behalf of users and those posing threats to users' security as every process executes with the full set of the user's privileges. Existing application confinement schemes attempt to address this by limiting the actions of particular processes. However, the management of these mechanisms requires security-specificdoi:10.1007/978-3-540-88625-9_14 fatcat:pum2gejqcvel5emubsr5hpzk7u