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Policy and state based secure wrapper and its application to mobile agents

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2 Author(s)
Binun, A. ; Ben-Gurion Univ., Beer-Sheva, Israel ; Gudes, E.

Execution process in modern Web applications is usually represented as a partially ordered sequence of basic actions issued by a client (login, buy, exit, etc.; the login action usually precedes purchasing). Based on these actions, a finite automaton of fine-grained authorization checks, may be specified in a separate layer that is easily configurable for security needs of a particular application. In the Mobile case there may be two such state machines - one performing state-based authorization checks of the application execution process and the other performing such checks for the mobile agent execution process. Authorization checks of these machines may be both state-based and policy based, and the policies should distinguish between human clients and mobile agents cases. We develop the framework to specify and enforce finegrained state-based authorization checks of Web application execution, consisting of a Web browser (client) and a server. We adopt this framework to the mobile case so that state machines representing finegrained authorization checks of application and mobile agent execution are synchronized.

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Web Congress, 2003. Proceedings. First Latin American

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10-12 Nov. 2003

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