Security is viewed as a primary component of any network. Extended Berkeley Packet Filter (eBPF) functionality has become an increasingly popular security mechanism as it provides a way to perform various low-level system tasks, such as networking, tracing, and security, without changing kernel source code or loading kernel modules. However, it is important to secure eBPF functions to prevent potential security issues. Proposed herein is a novel framework that may be utilized to facilitate eBPF authorization.

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