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NDSS Symposium 2001

NDSS 2001 8-9 February 2001 Sand Diego, California, USA

Network and Distributed System Security Symposium
Catamaran Resort Hotel
San Diego, California

7 February 2001 - Technical Tutorials
8-9 February 2001 - Symposium

Conference Proceedings

PACKET FLOWS

An Algebraic Approach to IP Traceback
D. Dean, M. Franklin and A. Stubblefield

Authenticating Streamed Data in the Presence of Random Packet Loss
P. Golle and N. Modadugu

Practical Experiences with ATM Encryption
G. Byrd, N. Hillery, and J. Symon

SECURITY PROTOCOLS
Efficient and Secure Source Authentication for Multicast
A. Perrig, R. Canetti, D. Song and D. Tygar

TRICERT: A Distributed Certified E-Mail Scheme
G. Ateniese, B. de Medeiros and M.T. Goodrich

INVITED TALK: WIRELESS SECURITY - IS IT REAL?

Alfred Menezes, Certicom Corp. and University of Waterloo

MISCELLANEOUS

An Architecture for Flexible, High Assurance, Multi-Security Domain Networks
T.J. Gibson

Authentication and Key Agreement Via Memorable Passwords
T. Kwon

POLICY
SPL: An Access Control Language for Security Policies and Complex Constraints, C. Ribeiro
A. Zuquete, P. Ferreira and P. Guedes

Limiting the Disclosure of Access Control Policies during Automated Trust Negotiation
K.E. Seamons, M. Winslett and T. Yu

Principles of Policy in Secure Groups
H. Harney, A. Colgrove, and P. McDaniel

TRUST MANAGMENT
Trust Management for IPsec
M. Blaze, J. Ioannidis, and A.D. Keromytis

Building Certifications Paths: Forward vs. Reverse
Y. Elley, A. Anderson, S. Hanna, S. Mullan, R. Perlman, and S. Proctor

Decentralized Jini Security
P. Eronen, P. Nikander

IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES
Termination in Language-based Systems
A. Rudys, J. Clements, and D.S. Wallach

Cryptology As a Network Service
T. Berson, D. Dean, M. Franklin, D. Smetters, and M. Spreitzer

Implementation of Crossrealm Referral Handling in the MIT Kerberos Client
J. Trostle, and I. Kosinovsky

INVITED TALK: SECURITY RISKS OF PEER-TO-PEER NETWORKING

Steve Bellovin, AT&T Labs-Research

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