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[equinox-dev] Bundle-Verification, Security, Permissions and Hooks

Hi devs,

I'm currently working on the protection of an equinox based-application.
I have successfully activated the FrameworkSecurityManager and being
able to
set permissions via the ConditionalPermissionAdmin. In addition, I have
a bundle verification mechanismn, only allowing signed bundles to be
(my mechanism is more strict than the standard-mechanism, which accepts
non-signed bundles, too).

However, I don't want to hardcode the permissions, so I use a text-file
configure the concrete permissions as proposed in the OSGi-Spec chapter

Both, the permissions handling and the bundle verification process, is
currently done in
a framework-hook, which implements AdaptorHook and a BundleListener.

Now my question:
How can I make sure, that my framework-hook is recognized by the
framework and the framework
only starts, when this hook is available? Or is there another
possibility where to execute these operations?

Thanks in advance for your advise.

Florian Pepping

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