Understanding Fuchsia Security

08/09/2021
by   Francesco Pagano, et al.
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Fuchsia is a new open-source operating system created at Google that is currently under active development. The core architectural principles guiding the design and development of the OS include high system modularity and a specific focus on security and privacy. This paper analyzes the architecture and the software model of Fuchsia, giving a specific focus on the core security mechanisms of this new operating system.

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