The rise of serverless computing provides an opportunity to rethink cloud security. We present an approach for securing serverless systems using a novel form of dynamic information flow control (IFC).
We show that in serverless applications, the termination channel found in most existing IFC systems can be arbitrarily amplified via multiple concurrent requests, necessitating a stronger termination-sensitive non-interference guarantee, which we achieve using a combination of static labeling of serverless processes and dynamic faceted labeling of persistent data.
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Neville Grech University of Athens, Michael Kong University of Sydney, Anton Jurisevic University of Sydney, Lexi Brent University of Sydney, Bernhard Scholz The University of Sydney, Yannis Smaragdakis University of AthensLink to publication Pre-print File Attached
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