On achieving software diversity for improved network security using distributed coloring algorithms

@inproceedings{ODonnell2004OnAS,
  title={On achieving software diversity for improved network security using distributed coloring algorithms},
  author={Adam J. O'Donnell and Harish Sethu},
  booktitle={ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security},
  year={2004}
}
It is widely believed that diversity in operating systems, software packages, and hardware platforms will decrease the virulence of worms and the effectiveness of repeated applications of single attacks. Research efforts in the field have focused on introducing diversity using a variety of techniques on a system-by-system basis. This paper, on the other hand, assumes the availability of diverse software packages for each system and then seeks to increase the intrinsic value of available… CONTINUE READING
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