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A secure, publisher-centric Web caching infrastructure

A. Myers, J. Chuang, U. Hengartner, Y. Xie, W. Zhuang, H. Zhang
Proceedings IEEE INFOCOM 2001. Conference on Computer Communications. Twentieth Annual Joint Conference of the IEEE Computer and Communications Society (Cat. No.01CH37213)  
The current web caching infrastructure, though it has a number of performance benefits for clients and network providers, does not meet publishers' requirements.  ...  Traditional end-to-end security mechanisms are not sufficient to protect clients and publishers, so we introduce a new security model which consists of two pieces: an authorization mechanism and a verification  ...  To accomplish this, we have built Gemini, a publisher-centric web cache and infrastructure.  ... 
doi:10.1109/infcom.2001.916618 dblp:conf/infocom/MyersCHXZZ01 fatcat:oq6ulka4trbwbfv25olyadiv7q

Living in the present

David Eyers, Tobias Freudenreich, Alessandro Margara, Sebastian Frischbier, Peter Pietzuch, Patrick Eugster
2012 Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Cloud Computing Platforms - CloudCP '12  
A content-based publish/subscribe system thus acts as a scalable and elastic, highly responsive data distribution backbone.  ...  We believe that it is time to rethink fundamentally the software architecture for social web platforms and base them on a content-based communication model, that is explicitly designed to disseminate and  ...  manner to the architectural changes of Twitter-moving from a database-centric infrastructure based on Oracle and MySQL with cached data, to a messaging architecture. 14 Currently, the back-end of LinkedIn  ... 
doi:10.1145/2168697.2168703 fatcat:6tvn5njmybd7xfsderihf5mxai

A survey of information-centric networking

Bengt Ahlgren, Christian Dannewitz, Claudio Imbrenda, Dirk Kutscher, Borje Ohlman
2012 IEEE Communications Magazine  
Consequently, new information-centric security concepts are required that base security on the information itself.  ...  A secure naming system for the IOs is critical as well as an application friendly publish/subscribe API for accessing them.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2012.6231276 fatcat:qptuomsx5vdl7fbctpi4flk7ci

Implementation of Content Centric Networks through Domain Name System

Sarmad Ullah Khan, Rafiullah Khan, Arif Ali
2015 2015 International Conference on Emerging Technologies (ICET)  
From security point of view, there must be difference between the new publishing content records and already published content records (i.e. cached and mirrors).  ...  Hence the DNS is considered to be developed and deploy for content centric networks architecture without changing the current routing infrastructure.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icet.2015.7389212 fatcat:5kzrutis5zdh7gfu7elcup2uvy

Content-centric user networks: WebRTC as a path to name-based publishing

Christian Vogt, Max Jonas Werner, Thomas C. Schmidt
2013 2013 21st IEEE International Conference on Network Protocols (ICNP)  
Users eager to publish content on the Web need to either set up a server or use third-party infrastructure.  ...  A custom URI scheme serves as a locationindependent addressing mechanism to separate publishing and content retrieval from the underlying infrastructure.  ...  These browsers form a virtual content-centric infrastructure where each user can publish and retrieve content. None of the browsers rely on a server or a central service.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icnp.2013.6733652 dblp:conf/icnp/VogtWS13a fatcat:pv7tce4nrvhudgwizaihriteqe

Information-centric networking

Ali Ghodsi, Scott Shenker, Teemu Koponen, Ankit Singla, Barath Raghavan, James Wilcox
2011 Proceedings of the 10th ACM Workshop on Hot Topics in Networks - HotNets '11  
There have been many recent papers on data-oriented or content-centric network architectures.  ...  In the early days of the web, well before the advent of ICN, there was a flurry of research about web caching [9, 27] .  ...  connection to the web server, but the delivery of a named block of data".  ... 
doi:10.1145/2070562.2070563 dblp:conf/hotnets/GhodsiSKSRW11 fatcat:uyw3tiuhcreofprudtnicunz4m

A Survey of Security Attacks in Information-Centric Networking

Eslam G. AbdAllah, Hossam S. Hassanein, Mohammad Zulkernine
2015 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
In ICN, securing the content itself is much more important than securing the infrastructure or the end-points.  ...  It also provides a taxonomy of these attacks in ICN, which are classified into four main categories: naming, routing, caching, and other miscellaneous related attacks.  ...  Unlike host-centric architectures, any node in ICN can cache and publish/subscribe contents. An attacker who masquerades as a trusted publisher may announce invalid routes for any content.  ... 
doi:10.1109/comst.2015.2392629 fatcat:2uroqf4lznbm3gyjg2fmozblwe

Network of Information (NetInf) – An information-centric networking architecture

Christian Dannewitz, Dirk Kutscher, Börje Ohlman, Stephen Farrell, Bengt Ahlgren, Holger Karl
2013 Computer Communications  
NetInf's approach to connecting different technology and administrative domains into a single information-centric network is based on a hybrid name-based routing and name resolution scheme.  ...  As efficient caching and a scalable NRS are two main success factors, we present an evaluation of both elements based on a theoretical analysis, complemental simulation results, and prototyping results  ...  of publish/subscribe system for DTN that uses a data-centric addressing approach.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comcom.2013.01.009 fatcat:q5iex6kmsbgwpkipdrqtiie6uu

Architectures for Future Media Internet [chapter]

María Alduán, Federico Álvarez, Theodore Zahariadis, N. Nikolakis, F. Chatzipapadopoulos, David Jiménez, José Manuel Menéndez
2012 Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering  
This trend has motivated a number of content-oriented networking studies. In this paper we summarize some the most important approaches.  ...  More and more applications (e.g. peerto-peer, content delivery networks) target on the content that they deliver rather than on the addresses of the servers who (originally) published/hosted that content  ...  It will consist of intelligent nodes or servers that have a distributed knowledge of both the content/web-service location/ caching and the (mobile) network instantiation/conditions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-35145-7_14 fatcat:u2r3q4ptbzg5vfcjj3mors6fda

Let Our Browsers Socialize: Building User-Centric Content Communities on WebRTC

Max Jonas Werner, Christian Vogt, Thomas C. Schmidt
2014 2014 IEEE 34th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems Workshops  
In this paper, we present a software architecture that provides the core concepts and components for content-centric communities on a pure P2P basis.  ...  Users are thus enabled to build personal communities by simply loading Web pages, provided an appropriate software is at hand.  ...  In consequence, users eager to publish content on the Web still need to rely on infrastructure of their own or others.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icdcsw.2014.35 dblp:conf/icdcsw/WernerVS14 fatcat:4vvvgju4ujh7benwig6gvalq34

Network Layer Solutions for a Content-Centric Internet [chapter]

Andrea Detti, Nicola Blefari-Melazzi
2011 Trustworthy Internet  
In this paper, we identify the main functionalities of a content-centric network (CONET), we discuss pros and cons of literature proposals for an innovative, content-centric network layer and we draw our  ...  Nowadays most people exploit the Internet to get contents such as web pages, music or video files.  ...  If that the publisher ensures the uniqueness of label L among her published contents, a self-certifying naming schemes is secure and decentralized.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-88-470-1818-1_27 fatcat:7hfppkqfe5g6pjpfjwyowdph2i

Internet-scale content mediation in information-centric networks

George Pavlou, Ning Wang, Wei Koong Chai, Ioannis Psaras
2012 Annales des télécommunications  
of the published content, or in order to locate a specific piece of content.  ...  In information-centric networks named content is accessed directly, with the best content copy delivered to the requesting user given content caching within the network.  ...  First, in a proactive manner, with a dedicated web page created for every new published piece of content in an automated fashion.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12243-012-0333-8 fatcat:3f7jievj3fea5lcewuafxr3ygq

Towards Data-driven Software-defined Infrastructures

Pedro Garcia Lopez, Raul Gracia Tinedo, Alberto Montresor
2016 Procedia Computer Science  
We advocate in this paper for a new generation of Software Defined Data Management Infrastructures covering the entire lifecycle of data.  ...  We present in this article the open challenges existing in data-driven software defined infrastructures and a use case based on Software Defined Protection of data. c 2016 The Authors.  ...  infrastructure is flexible and virtualized, but the security infrastructure is hard-wired.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2016.08.293 fatcat:rzddradh7ngl5j7f3rfdshmx4i

HTTP as the narrow waist of the future internet

Lucian Popa, Ali Ghodsi, Ion Stoica
2010 Proceedings of the Ninth ACM SIGCOMM Workshop on Hot Topics in Networks - Hotnets '10  
Meanwhile, fueled by the explosive growth of video traffic and HTTP infrastructure (e.g., CDNs, web caches), HTTP has became the de-facto protocol for deploying new services and applications.  ...  Over the past decade a variety of network architectures have been proposed to address IP's limitations in terms of flexible forwarding, security, and data distribution.  ...  , and there is already a tremendous HTTP infrastructure (e.g., caches, proxies, servers) deeply integrated in the Internet fabric.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1868447.1868453 dblp:conf/hotnets/PopaGS10 fatcat:iohnfh44dzhlhb7iy727jofoje

An architectural approach towards Future Media Internet

Theodore Zahariadis, Federico Alvarez, John Paul Moore Olmstead
2011 Multimedia tools and applications  
content oriented/centric network, that goes well beyond current CDNs; supporting the functionalities for producing, publishing, caching, finding and consuming content; and a novel Future Media Internet  ...  This paper highlights the main architectural functions and presents a revolutionary protocol stack and a holistic architectural approach that targets Future Media Internet (FMI).  ...  The Internet publishing, caching, discovery, identification, and consumption processes are improved as a Future Media Internet oriented protocol stack, as a replacement of today's OSI protocol stack layers  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11042-011-0826-x fatcat:ufdy4sipxjfgjfockkyfvx3j2a
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