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NDSS
2003
IEEE
14 years 19 days ago
Proxy Cryptography Revisited
In this work we revisit and formally study the notion of proxy cryptography. Intuitively, various proxy functions allow two cooperating parties F (the “FBI”) and P (the “pro...
Anca-Andreea Ivan, Yevgeniy Dodis
NDSS
2003
IEEE
14 years 19 days ago
Secure IP Telephony using Multi-layered Protection
This paper presents the design and analysis of a multilayer protection scheme against denial-of-service (DoS) attacks in IP telephony enabled enterprise networks. While there are ...
Brennen Reynolds, Dipak Ghosal
NDSS
2003
IEEE
14 years 19 days ago
Fighting Spam by Encapsulating Policy in Email Addresses
Everyday network interactions require users to give out their email address, yet no guarantees can be made about how this address will be used. Sometimes the address is given to a...
John Ioannidis
NDSS
2003
IEEE
14 years 19 days ago
SiRiUS: Securing Remote Untrusted Storage
Eu-Jin Goh, Hovav Shacham, Nagendra Modadugu, Dan ...
NDSS
2003
IEEE
14 years 19 days ago
Integrating Security, Mobility and Multi-Homing in a HIP Way
The current trend in mobile networking is towards mobile hosts that have multiple network interfaces, e.g., WLAN and GPRS. However, when the current Internet architecture was orig...
Pekka Nikander, Jukka Ylitalo, Jorma Wall
NDSS
2003
IEEE
14 years 19 days ago
Proactive Two-Party Signatures for User Authentication
We study proactive two-party signature schemes in the context of user authentication. A proactive two-party signature scheme (P2SS) allows two parties—the client and the server...
Antonio Nicolosi, Maxwell N. Krohn, Yevgeniy Dodis...
NDSS
2003
IEEE
14 years 19 days ago
A Virtual Machine Introspection Based Architecture for Intrusion Detection
Today’s architectures for intrusion detection force the IDS designer to make a difficult choice. If the IDS resides on the host, it has an excellent view of what is happening i...
Tal Garfinkel, Mendel Rosenblum
NDSS
2003
IEEE
14 years 19 days ago
Traps and Pitfalls: Practical Problems in System Call Interposition Based Security Tools
System call interposition is a powerful method for regulating and monitoring application behavior. In recent years, a wide variety of security tools have been developed that use t...
Tal Garfinkel
NDSS
2003
IEEE
14 years 19 days ago
Detecting Service Violations and DoS Attacks
Denial of Service (DoS) attacks are a serious threat for the Internet. DoS attacks can consume memory, CPU, and network resources and damage or shut down the operation of the reso...
Ahsan Habib, Mohamed Hefeeda, Bharat K. Bhargava