A Temporal Logic of Security

24 Jun 2013Masoud KoleiniMichael R. ClarksonKristopher K. Micinski

A new logic for verification of security policies is proposed. The logic, HyperLTL, extends linear-time temporal logic (LTL) with connectives for explicit and simultaneous quantification over multiple execution paths, thereby enabling HyperLTL to express information-flow security policies that LTL cannot... (read more)

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