REX: Secure, Extensible Remote Execution

  title={REX: Secure, Extensible Remote Execution},
  author={Michael Kaminsky and Eric Peterson and Daniel B. Giffin and Kevin Fu and David Mazi{\`e}res and M. Frans Kaashoek},
  booktitle={USENIX Annual Technical Conference, General Track},
The ubiquitous SSH package has demonstrated the importance of secure remote login and execution. As remote execution tools grow in popularity, users require new features and extensions, which are difficult to add to existing systems. REX is a remote execution utility with a novel architecture specifically designed for extensibility as well as security and transparent connection persistence in the face of network complexities such as NAT and dynamic IP addresses. To achieve extensibility, REX… CONTINUE READING
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