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(Solved) : Work Classified Environment Bell Lapadula Mls Multilevel Security Model Employed Top Secre Q31931150 . . .

You work in a classified environment where a Bell-LaPadula MLS(Multilevel Security) model is employed and you have a TOP SECRETclearance (the highest clearance possible). Your society isfurnished with a shared and synchronized print station, thatis:

– A user (every clearance) can send a document to a printstation queue, accessible by any computer in the same network, nomatter the clearance.

– This document is added to the print queue of the stationwithout any delay.

– Any document sent to the queue is protected with a password,chosen by the user before sending the file.

– To print the document, the user can access the print stationfrom his/her computer, can select the document name andauthenticate him/herself via password and print it after typing thepassword.

Please, describe a potential covert channel. That is, you wantto disclose TOP SECRET documents to someone with lowerclearance.

Note: you cannot print TOP SECRET documents

Problem: If you send TOP SECRET documents to the printing queue,you go directly to jail, without passing GO. The system, in fact,checks any document added to the queue. If it is recognized as aTOP SECRET one, raise an alarm.

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  • QUESTION : (Solved) : Coding C Use Two Files Maincpp Linkedlistlisth Q31129423 . . .

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  • QUESTION : (Solved) : Coding C Use Two Files Maincpp Linkedlistlisth Using Linkedlist Q31129715 . . .

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