Data Flow Analysis of a Xen-based Separation Kernel
DornerWorks has developed a separation kernel product called Virtuosity (formerly ARLX) based on the open source Xen hypervisor. Virtuosity was developed to meet DO-178C Level A requirements for safety and high robustness requirements derived from the Common Criteria and the SKPP for security.
Here, we present an overview of Virtuosity and describe how the Rockwell Collins Data Flow Logic (DFL) framework is being leveraged to demonstrate compliance with data isolation and information flow control requirements.
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