How Practical Are Intrusion-Tolerant Distributed Systems?

@inproceedings{Obelheiro2006HowPA,
  title={How Practical Are Intrusion-Tolerant Distributed Systems?},
  author={Rafael R. Obelheiro and Alysson Neves Bessani and Lau Cheuk Lung and Miguel Correia},
  year={2006}
}
Building secure, inviolable systems using traditional mechanisms is becoming increasingly an unattainable goal. The recognition of this fact has fostered the interest in alternative approaches to security such as intrusion tolerance, which applies fault tolerance concepts and techniques to security problems. Albeit this area is quite promising, intrusion-tolerant distributed systems typically rely on the assumption that the system components fail or are compromised independently. This is a… CONTINUE READING

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