Dancing with Giants: Wimpy Kernels for On-Demand I/O Isolation
To be trustworthy, security-sensitive applications must be small and easy--or wimpy. Because of their limited size and functions, they have to securely compose with large, untrusted commodity systems--or giants--to survive. A security design based mostly on a wimpy kernel can provide on-demand isolated I/O channels for wimp applications while not bloating the underlying trusted computing base.
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