Tolerating Intrusions in Grid Systems

  title={Tolerating Intrusions in Grid Systems},
  author={Lu{\'i}s B Sardinha and Nuno Ferreira Neves and Paulo Ver{\'i}ssimo},
  booktitle={Security and Management},
Grid systems are designed to support very large data set computations, that potentially access significant resources spread through several organizations. These resources can be very tempting for a hacker because they can be used, for example, to break pass-phrases with brute-force attacks or to launch distributed denial of service attacks to a given target. In this paper, we explain how malicious intrusions can be tolerated in the Globus toolkit grid environment, ade factostandard in this 

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