[genivi-dlt] secure DLT daemon implementation

Anooj Gopi Anooj.Gopi at alpine.de
Thu Feb 15 08:51:14 EST 2018


Well that is right. Security has to be considered.
dlt daemon has to run with a special user. This user should be the only 
one with read permission from the fifo (IPC between dlt lib and daemon).

Best Regards / Viele Grüße,
Anooj Gopi

Oleksandr Popov2 <Oleksandr_Popov2 at epam.com>
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14.02.2018 10:36
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Hi all,

According to 
the DLT is developed with accordance to AUTOSAR standards and as a result, 
it doesn't care about any security.
To use the DLT during production phase, it would be great to have security 
mechanisms implemented,
e.g to prevent DLT library clients from affecting/sniffing other clients 
and the DLT daemon.
Do you have any secure DLT implementation/features for using on 
non-AUTOSAR Linux systems?

Thank you in advance.

Best regards,

Oleksandr Popov

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