Roland Schemers

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This paper describes the new security architecture that has been implemented as part of JDK1.2, the forthcoming Java Development Kit. In going beyond the sandbox security model in the original release of Java, JDK1.2 provides ne-grained access control via an easily con gurable security policy. Moreover, JDK1.2 introduces the concept of protection domain and(More)
Java security technology originally focused on creating a safe environment in which to run potentially untrusted code downloaded from the public network. With the latest release of the Java Platform (the Java 2 Software Development Kit, v 1.2), fine-grained access controls can be placed upon critical resources with regard to the identity of the running(More)
JavaTM security technology originally focused on creating a safe environment in which to run potentially untrusted code downloaded from the public network. With the latest release of the JavaTM Platform (the JavaTM 2 Software Development Kit, v 1.2), fine-grained access controls can be placed upon critical resources with regard to the identity of the(More)
Given a cluster of workstations, users have always wanted a way to login to the leastloaded workstation. This paper discusses an attempt to solve that problem using a load balancing name server. This name server also has the ability to serve other dynamic information as well, such as /etc/passwd information (a la Hesiod [2]). The prototype was written in(More)
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