Design and verification of a cryptographic security by Peter Gutmann

By Peter Gutmann

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29 with a reference count of 1 and an internal access ACL. 29. Objects with multiple references after the external reference is destroyed. To the user, the object has indeed been destroyed since it is now accessible only to the envelope object. When the envelope object is destroyed, the encryption action object’s reference count is again decremented through a message sent from the envelope, leaving it at zero, whereupon the cryptlib kernel sends it a “destroy object” message to notify it to shut itself down.

In practice, this means that (on systems that support it) the object has one or more threads attached to it which perform asynchronous processing. On the few remaining non-threaded systems, or if there is concern over the security implications of using multiple threads, there’s no choice but to use synchronous messaging. When a source object sends a message to a destination that may take some time to generate a result, the destination object initiates asynchronous processing and returns its status to the caller.

As with the message processing, since the objects involved are all thread-safe, there are no problems with synchronisation (for example, the service function being called can deregister itself without any problems). 3 Event Notification A common method for notifying the user of events is to use one or more callback functions. These functions are registered with a program and are called when certain events occur. Typical implementations use either event-specific callbacks (so the user can register functions only for events in which they are specifically interested) or umbrella callbacks which get all events passed to them, with the user determining whether they want to act on them or not.

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