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  • Richard Kemmerer A Practical Approach to Identifying Storage and Timing Channels: Twenty Years Later (2002 | lock PDF): This article looks back on the first methodology outlined for discovering channels within a computer that may act as “covert channels,” passing data to programs or users that do not have the required security levels to see that data. Classic papers
  • Butler Lampson

 

Supported by the National Science Foundation CNS--TC 1116862 "Building an Infrastructure for Computer Security History."

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