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Object-Capability Security in Virtual Environments

Scheffler, Martin; Springer, Jan P.; Froehlich, Bernd

Authors

Martin Scheffler

Jan P. Springer J.Springer@hull.ac.uk

Bernd Froehlich



Abstract

Access control is an important aspect of shared virtual environments.Resource access may not only depend on prior authorization, but alsoon context of usage such as distance or position in the scene graphhierarchy. In virtual worlds that allow user-created content, participantsmust be able to define and exchange access rights to controlthe usage of their creations. Using object capabilities, fine-grainedaccess control can be exerted on the object level. We describe our experiencesin the application of the object-capability model for accesscontrol to object-manipulation tasks common to collaborative virtualenvironments. We also report on a prototype implementation of anobject-capability safe virtual environment that allows anonymous,dynamic exchange of access rights between users, scene elements,and autonomous actors.

Citation

Scheffler, M., Springer, J. P., & Froehlich, B. (2008). Object-Capability Security in Virtual Environments. https://doi.org/10.1109/vr.2008.4480750

Conference Name 2008 IEEE Virtual Reality Conference
Start Date Mar 8, 2008
End Date Mar 12, 2008
Acceptance Date Jan 1, 2008
Online Publication Date Apr 4, 2008
Publication Date Mar 17, 2008
Journal Proceedings - IEEE Virtual Reality
Pages 51 - 58
ISBN 9781424419715
DOI https://doi.org/10.1109/vr.2008.4480750
Keywords Object Capabilities; Security; Virtual Environments
Public URL https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/409526
Publisher URL https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/4480750/

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