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ISPAN
1996
IEEE
11 years 5 months ago
A World-Wide Web server on a multicomputer system
As the number of people browsing the world-wide web increases explosively, workload of popular web servers also increases rapidly. A multicomputer system that was designed for I/O...
Chun-Hsing Wu, Chun-Chao Yeh, Jie-Yong Juang
WETICE
1998
IEEE
11 years 5 months ago
WebGroup: A Secure Group Access Control Tool for the World-Wide Web
We present an integrated secure group access control tool to support workgroups on the World-Wide Web. The system enables user authentication, encrypted communication and fine-gra...
Fabien A. P. Petitcolas, Kan Zhang
ACSAC
2003
IEEE
11 years 5 months ago
A Stateful Intrusion Detection System for World-Wide Web Servers
Web servers are ubiquitous, remotely accessible, and often misconfigured. In addition, custom web-based applications may introduce vulnerabilities that are overlooked even by the ...
Giovanni Vigna, William K. Robertson, Vishal Kher,...
DATE
1997
IEEE
115views Hardware» more  DATE 1997»
11 years 5 months ago
Analogue layout generation by World Wide Web server-based agents
A World Wide Web (WWW) based client/server system has been developed which allows server-side process independent layout generators to generate the design rule correct geometry of...
Les T. Walczowski, D. Nalbantis, W. A. J. Waller, ...
OTM
2005
Springer
11 years 7 months ago
Accessing X Applications over the World-Wide Web
Abstract. The X Protocol, an asynchronous network protocol, was developed at MIT amid the need to provide a network transparent graphical user interface primarily for the UNIX Oper...
Arno Puder, Siddharth Desai
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