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1999
IEEE
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A User-Centered, Modular Authorization Service Built on an RBAC Foundation
Psychological acceptability has been mentioned as a requirement for secure systems for as long as least privilege and fail safe defaults, but until now has been all but ignored in...
Mary Ellen Zurko, Richard Simon, Tom Sanfilippo
SP
1999
IEEE
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Detecting Intrusions using System Calls: Alternative Data Models
Intrusion detection systems rely on a wide variety of observable data to distinguish between legitimate and illegitimate activities. In this paper we study one such observable-seq...
Christina Warrender, Stephanie Forrest, Barak A. P...
SP
1999
IEEE
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A Data Mining Framework for Building Intrusion Detection Models
There is often the need to update an installed Intrusion Detection System (IDS) due to new attack methods or upgraded computing environments. Since many current IDSs are construct...
Wenke Lee, Salvatore J. Stolfo, Kui W. Mok
SP
1999
IEEE
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Detecting Computer and Network Misuse through the Production-based Expert System Toolset (P-BEST)
This paper describes an expert system development toolset called the Production-Based Expert System Toolset (P-BEST) and how it is employed in the development of a modern generic ...
Ulf Lindqvist, Phillip A. Porras
SP
1999
IEEE
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A Multi-Threading Architecture for Multilevel Secure Transaction Processing
A TCB and security kernel architecture for supporting multi-threaded, queue-driven transaction processing applications in a multilevel secure environment is presented. Our design ...
Haruna R. Isa, William R. Shockley, Cynthia E. Irv...
SP
1999
IEEE
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Software Smart Cards via Cryptographic Camouflage
A sensitive point in public key cryptography is how to protect the private key. We outline a method of protecting private keys using cryptographic camouflage. Specifically, we do ...
Douglas N. Hoover, B. N. Kausik
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1999
IEEE
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Flexible Policy-Directed Code Safety
This work introduces a new approach to code safety. We present Naccio, a system architecture that allows a large class of safety policies to be expressed in a general and platform...
David Evans, Andrew Twyman
SP
1999
IEEE
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Firmato: A Novel Firewall Management Toolkit
Yair Bartal, Alain J. Mayer, Kobbi Nissim, Avishai...
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