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Title: Application of content computing in honeyfarm
Authors: Huang, Y.-Y.
Lam, K.-Y.
Chung, S.-L.
Chi, C.-H. 
Sun, J.-G.
Keywords: Content delivery network
Distributed computing
Network security
Issue Date: 2005
Citation: Huang, Y.-Y.,Lam, K.-Y.,Chung, S.-L.,Chi, C.-H.,Sun, J.-G. (2005). Application of content computing in honeyfarm. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 3325 : 211-222. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Currently there are a wide range of techniques dedicated to network security among which honeyfarm is one of the newest development. Honeyfarm provides replication of web sites aiming to redirect hackers from the corresponding production sites. To achieve the goal, transparency and quick access are the basic requirements for honeyfarm. Content delivery network (CDN) is one method for providing replicated web sites and the technique is able to address the requirement for rapid content delivery by redirecting clients to the replicas. However, there is no transparency in the redirection. Furthermore, CDN also redirect clients in a centralized way which will induce latency in content delivery. This paper describes the ways to improve CDN to make it suitable to use as a routing mechanism for honeyfarm. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2004.
Source Title: Lecture Notes in Computer Science
ISSN: 03029743
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