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A Critical Review of Fault Tolerance : Security Perspective

@inproceedings{Mishra2017ACR,
  title={A Critical Review of Fault Tolerance : Security Perspective},
  author={Anshul Mishra and Dr. Devendra Agarwal and Dr. M. H. Khan},
  year={2017}
}
This Security is an important issue of any software system. Security factors play a valuable and appropriate role in software security estimation process. Software security is affected with security attributes as well as fault. An effort through fault perspective is to identify the involved factors of fault and its probable impact on design parameters to quantify security. Fault tolerance is taken as key concept to security assessment. It is to be identified that qualifications of security… 

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