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HICSS
2009
IEEE
151views Biometrics» more  HICSS 2009»
12 years 4 months ago
Integrating Formal Analysis and Design to Preserve Security Properties
The use of formal methods has long been advocated in the development of secure systems. Yet, methods for deriving design from requirements that guarantee retention of the intended...
Riham Hassan, Shawn A. Bohner, Sherif El-Kassas, M...
ESA
1999
Springer
105views Algorithms» more  ESA 1999»
12 years 1 months ago
Provably Good and Practical Strategies for Non-Uniform Data Management in Networks
This paper deals with the on-line allocation of shared data objects to the local memory modules of the nodes in a network. We assume that the data is organized in indivisible objec...
Friedhelm Meyer auf der Heide, Berthold Vöcki...
NDSS
1999
IEEE
12 years 1 months ago
A Real-World Analysis of Kerberos Password Security
Kerberos is a distributed authentication system that many organizations use to handle domain-wide password security. Although it has been known for quite some time that Kerberos i...
Thomas D. Wu
IEEEARES
2006
IEEE
12 years 3 months ago
Replication Strategies for Reliable Decentralised Storage
Distributed hash tables (DHTs) can be used as the basis of a resilient lookup service in unstable environments: local routing tables are updated to reflected changes in the netwo...
Matthew Leslie, Jim Davies, Todd Huffman
TIFS
2008
149views more  TIFS 2008»
11 years 9 months ago
Secure Cooperation in Autonomous Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks Under Noise and Imperfect Monitoring: A Game-Theoretic Approach
In autonomous mobile ad-hoc networks, one major challenge is to stimulate cooperation among selfish nodes, especially when some nodes may be malicious. In this paper, we address co...
Wei Yu, K. J. Ray Liu
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