The implementation of security protocols is challenging and error-prone. A model-driven development approach allows the automatic generation of an application, from a simpler and abstract model that can be formally verified. Our AnBx compiler is a tool for automatic genera- tion of Java code of security protocols specified in the Alice&Bob nota- tion. In contrast with existing tools, it uses a simpler specification lan- guage and computes the consistency checks that agents have to perform on reception of messages. Moreover, the tool applies various optimization strategies to achieve efficiency both at compile and run time.
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
|Event||4th Cryptoforma Workshop at CSF - Verona, Italy|
Duration: 13 Jul 2015 → 13 Jul 2015
|Workshop||4th Cryptoforma Workshop at CSF|
|Period||13/07/15 → 13/07/15|
Modesti, P. (2015). Automatic Generation of Security Protocols Implementations: (Extended Abstract). Abstract from 4th Cryptoforma Workshop at CSF, Verona, Italy. http://www.dais.unive.it/~modesti/docs/CryptoForma2015.pdf