Abhinay Reddyreddy

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As more businesses deploy web services over the Internet, the issue of how to secure them from intruders and possible threats becomes more important. Firewalls have been designed as a major component to protect a network or a server from being attacked. However, since conventional firewalls emphasize on packet filtering at the transport and session layer,(More)
Firewalls have been designed as a major component to protect a network or a server from being attacked. However, due to their emphasis on packet filtering rather than verifying user permissions and examining packet contents, conventional firewalls are not suitable for protecting service-oriented systems from unauthorised service invocations. In this paper,(More)
—With the proliferation of service-oriented systems and cloud computing, web services security has gained much attention in recent years. Web service attacks, called XML-based attacks, typically occur at the SOAP message level, thus they are not readily handled by existing security mechanisms such as a conventional firewall. In order to provide effective(More)
Web services security has been a challenging issue in recent years because current security mechanisms, such as conventional firewalls, are not sufficient for protecting service-oriented systems from XML-based attacks. In order to provide effective security mechanisms for service-oriented systems, XML firewalls were recently introduced as an extension to(More)
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