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Title: A Security Framework for JXTA-Overlay
Authors: Arnedo Moreno Matsuo, Joan
Barolli, Leonard
Xhafa, Fatos
Matsuo, Keita
Keywords: JXTA
Issue Date: 19-Aug-2009
Publisher: IEEE Press
Type: Part or chapter of book
Citation: Arnedo, J.;Xhafa, F.;Barolli, L.;Matsuo, K.. (2009). "A Security Framework for JXTA-Overlay ". A: , .Proceeedings of the 12th International Conference on Network-Based Information Systems (NBIS'09) .Indianapolis.IEEE Press . Pág. 212 - 219.
Series/Report no.: Proceeedings of the 12th International Conference on Network-Based Information Systems (NBIS'09)
Abstract: At present time, the maturity of P2P research field has pushed through new problems such us those related with security. For that reason, security starts to become one of the key issues when evaluating a P2P system and it is important to provide security mechanisms to P2P systems. The JXTAOverlay project is an effort to use JXTA technology to provide a generic set of functionalities that can be used by developers to deploy P2P applications. However, since its design focused on issues such as scalability or overall performance, it did not take security into account. This work proposes a security framework specifically suited to JXTAOverlay¿s idiosyncrasies.
Language: eng
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