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Traditional security toolkits have concentrated mostly on defining a programming interface (API) and left the internals up to individual implementors. This paper presents a design for a portable, flexible security architecture based on traditional computer security models involving a security kernel which controls access to security-relevant objects and attributes based on a configurable security policy. Layered on top of the kernel are various objects which abstract core functionality such asfatcat:ofh45nfx2vd6vfzzxsdsqzh6te