What could have been IEEE 1003.1e/2c


Important note: The standards IEEE 1003.1e and IEEE 1003.2c are both drafts and withdrawn. This means, that both are neither finished nor worked on by the IEEE any longer. However, there are some goods idea in the standards paper, so that people may be interested in reading them anyways.
Many thanks go to Casey Schaufler, the former technical editor of the standards, for providing the electronic copies of the documents.

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IEEE 1003.1e:
Abstract: IEEE Std 1003.1e was intended to be part of the POSIX series of standards. It defines security interfaces to open systems for access control lists, audit, separation of privilege (capabilities), mandatory access control, and information label mechanisms. This standard is stated in terms of its C binding.

The content of the document was last edited by the IEEE on October 14th, 1997. (However, the footnote was changed to indicate the status of the document, so the date was set to March 10th, 1999.)

Available document formats for downloading: Postscript [bzip2], [gzip], PDF: [gzip], [bzip2],

IEEE 1003.2c
Abstract: IEEE Std 1003.2c was intended to be an amendment to IEEE Std 1003.2-1992. It defines security utilities to open systems for access control lists, separation of privilege (capabilities), mandatory access control, and information label mechanisms.

The content of the document was last edited by the IEEE on October 14th, 1997. (However, the footnote was changed to indicate the status of the document, so the date was set to March 10th, 1999.)

Available formats for downloading: Postscript [bzip2], [gzip], PDF: [gzip], [bzip2]

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