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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
SEIP is a simple and efficient but yet effective solution for the integrity protection of real-world cellular phone platforms, which is motivated by the disadvantages of applying traditional integrity models on these performance and user experience constrained devices. The major security objective of SEIP is to protect trusted services and resources (e.g., those belonging to cellular service providers and device manufacturers) from third party code. We propose a set of simple integritydoi:10.1007/978-3-642-17650-0_9 fatcat:xwg3vb6hv5eanj5gnr57e5w6c4