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Richard Sharp – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Specifying and enforcing ApplicationLevel Web security policies
    IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 2003
    Co-Authors: David Scott, Richard Sharp

    Abstract:

    ApplicationLevel Web security refers to vulnerabilities inherent in the code of a Web-Application itself (irrespective of the technologies in which it is implemented or the security of the Web-server/back-end database on which it is built). In the last few months, ApplicationLevel vulnerabilities have been exploited with serious consequences: Hackers have tricked e-commerce sites into shipping goods for no charge, usernames and passwords have been harvested, and confidential information (such as addresses and credit-card numbers) has been leaked. We investigate new tools and techniques which address the problem of ApplicationLevel Web security. We 1) describe a scalable structuring mechanism facilitating the abstraction of security policies from large Web-Applications developed in heterogeneous multiplatform environments; 2) present a set of tools which assist programmers in developing secure Applications which are resilient to a wide range of common attacks; and 3) report results and experience arising from our implementation of these techniques.

  • abstracting Application Level web security
    The Web Conference, 2002
    Co-Authors: David Scott, Richard Sharp

    Abstract:

    ApplicationLevel web security refers to vulnerabilities inherent in the code of a web-Application itself (irrespective of the technologies in which it is implemented or the security of the web-server/back-end database on which it is built). In the last few months ApplicationLevel vulnerabilities have been exploited with serious consequences: hackers have tricked e-commerce sites into shipping goods for no charge, user-names and passwords have been harvested and condential information (such as addresses and credit-card numbers) has been leaked.In this paper we investigate new tools and techniques which address the problem of ApplicationLevel web security. We (i) describe a scalable structuring mechanism facilitating the abstraction of security policies from large web-Applications developed in heterogenous multi-platform environments; (ii) present a tool which assists programmers develop secure Applications which are resilient to a wide range of common attacks; and (iii) report results and experience arising from our implementation of these techniques.

  • WWW – Abstracting ApplicationLevel web security
    Proceedings of the eleventh international conference on World Wide Web – WWW '02, 2002
    Co-Authors: David Scott, Richard Sharp

    Abstract:

    ApplicationLevel web security refers to vulnerabilities inherent in the code of a web-Application itself (irrespective of the technologies in which it is implemented or the security of the web-server/back-end database on which it is built). In the last few months ApplicationLevel vulnerabilities have been exploited with serious consequences: hackers have tricked e-commerce sites into shipping goods for no charge, user-names and passwords have been harvested and condential information (such as addresses and credit-card numbers) has been leaked.In this paper we investigate new tools and techniques which address the problem of ApplicationLevel web security. We (i) describe a scalable structuring mechanism facilitating the abstraction of security policies from large web-Applications developed in heterogenous multi-platform environments; (ii) present a tool which assists programmers develop secure Applications which are resilient to a wide range of common attacks; and (iii) report results and experience arising from our implementation of these techniques.

David Scott – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Specifying and enforcing ApplicationLevel Web security policies
    IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 2003
    Co-Authors: David Scott, Richard Sharp

    Abstract:

    ApplicationLevel Web security refers to vulnerabilities inherent in the code of a Web-Application itself (irrespective of the technologies in which it is implemented or the security of the Web-server/back-end database on which it is built). In the last few months, ApplicationLevel vulnerabilities have been exploited with serious consequences: Hackers have tricked e-commerce sites into shipping goods for no charge, usernames and passwords have been harvested, and confidential information (such as addresses and credit-card numbers) has been leaked. We investigate new tools and techniques which address the problem of ApplicationLevel Web security. We 1) describe a scalable structuring mechanism facilitating the abstraction of security policies from large Web-Applications developed in heterogeneous multiplatform environments; 2) present a set of tools which assist programmers in developing secure Applications which are resilient to a wide range of common attacks; and 3) report results and experience arising from our implementation of these techniques.

  • abstracting Application Level web security
    The Web Conference, 2002
    Co-Authors: David Scott, Richard Sharp

    Abstract:

    ApplicationLevel web security refers to vulnerabilities inherent in the code of a web-Application itself (irrespective of the technologies in which it is implemented or the security of the web-server/back-end database on which it is built). In the last few months ApplicationLevel vulnerabilities have been exploited with serious consequences: hackers have tricked e-commerce sites into shipping goods for no charge, user-names and passwords have been harvested and condential information (such as addresses and credit-card numbers) has been leaked.In this paper we investigate new tools and techniques which address the problem of ApplicationLevel web security. We (i) describe a scalable structuring mechanism facilitating the abstraction of security policies from large web-Applications developed in heterogenous multi-platform environments; (ii) present a tool which assists programmers develop secure Applications which are resilient to a wide range of common attacks; and (iii) report results and experience arising from our implementation of these techniques.

  • WWW – Abstracting ApplicationLevel web security
    Proceedings of the eleventh international conference on World Wide Web – WWW '02, 2002
    Co-Authors: David Scott, Richard Sharp

    Abstract:

    ApplicationLevel web security refers to vulnerabilities inherent in the code of a web-Application itself (irrespective of the technologies in which it is implemented or the security of the web-server/back-end database on which it is built). In the last few months ApplicationLevel vulnerabilities have been exploited with serious consequences: hackers have tricked e-commerce sites into shipping goods for no charge, user-names and passwords have been harvested and condential information (such as addresses and credit-card numbers) has been leaked.In this paper we investigate new tools and techniques which address the problem of ApplicationLevel web security. We (i) describe a scalable structuring mechanism facilitating the abstraction of security policies from large web-Applications developed in heterogenous multi-platform environments; (ii) present a tool which assists programmers develop secure Applications which are resilient to a wide range of common attacks; and (iii) report results and experience arising from our implementation of these techniques.

Xindong Wu – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Robust ApplicationLevel QoS Management in Service-Oriented Systems
    2008 IEEE International Conference on e-Business Engineering, 2008
    Co-Authors: Qianhui Liang, Xindong Wu

    Abstract:

    Quality of service (QoS) in Web services has been an active research topic in service-oriented Applications. This paper presents a framework for ApplicationLevel QoS management in services-oriented systems using AI techniques. More precisely, we introduce a management layer, called the business end-user QoS management layer, to be in charge of QoS management at the Application Level of the Applications based on composite Web services. This management layer relies on the measurements against various QoS dimensions of constituent Web services of such Applications. A robust algorithm is applied in order to select the most suitable Web services that satisfy the user QoS requirements in a robust way. The effectiveness of the proposed algorithm for this layer of QoS management is demonstrated by experimental results.