An Architecture for an Adaptive Intrusion-Tolerant Server

@inproceedings{Valdes2002AnAF,
  title={An Architecture for an Adaptive Intrusion-Tolerant Server},
  author={Alfonso Valdes and Magnus Almgren and Steven Cheung and Yves Deswarte and Bruno Dutertre and Joshua Levy and Hassen Sa{\"i}di and Victoria Stavridou and Tom{\'a}s E. Uribe},
  booktitle={Security Protocols Workshop},
  year={2002}
}
We describe a general architecture for intrusion-tolerant enterprise systems and the implementation of an intrusion-tolerant Web server as a specific instance. The architecture comprises functionally redundant COTS servers running on diverse operating systems and platforms, hardened intrusion-tolerance proxies that mediate client requests and verify the behavior of servers and other proxies, and monitoring and alert management components based on the EMERALD intrusiondetection framework… CONTINUE READING
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