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found 10 matches
- Abhishek Bichhawat, Vineet Rajani, Deepak Garg, Christian Hammer:
Generalizing Permissive-Upgrade in Dynamic Information Flow Analysis. PLAS@ECOOP 2014: 15
- Dan Bogdanov, Peeter Laud, Jaak Randmets:
Domain-Polymorphic Programming of Privacy-Preserving Applications. PLAS@ECOOP 2014: 53
- Niklas Broberg, Bart van Delft, David Sands:
Paragon: Programming with Information Flow Control (Demo). PLAS@ECOOP 2014: 79
- Julian Dolby:
- Adriaan Larmuseau, Marco Patrignani, Dave Clarke:
Operational Semantics for Secure Interoperation. PLAS@ECOOP 2014: 40
- Deian Stefan, David Mazières:
Building Secure Systems with LIO (Demo). PLAS@ECOOP 2014: 25
- Alley Stoughton, Andrew Johnson, Samuel Beller, Karishma Chadha, Dennis Chen, Kenneth Foner, Michael Zhivich:
You Sank My Battleship!: A Case Study in Secure Programming. PLAS@ECOOP 2014: 2
- Dante Zanarini, Mauro Jaskelioff:
Monitoring Reactive Systems with Dynamic Channels. PLAS@ECOOP 2014: 66
- Lantian Zheng, Andrew C. Myers:
A Language-Based Approach to Secure Quorum Replication. PLAS@ECOOP 2014: 27
- Alejandro Russo, Omer Tripp:
Proceedings of the Ninth Workshop on Programming Languages and Analysis for Security, PLAS@ECOOP 2014, Uppsala, Sweden, July 29, 2014. ACM 2014, ISBN 978-1-4503-2862-3 [contents]
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