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Security Issues in Agent Based Michel Abdalla1
 

Summary: Security Issues in Agent Based
Computing
Michel Abdalla1
Walfredo Cirne2
Leslie Franklin
Abdallah Tabbara
{mabdalla, walfredo, franklin, atabbara}@cs.ucsd.edu
University of California San Diego
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla, CA - 92093 - USA
Abstract
With the increase in popularity of computer networks, there has been
a shift proposed in distributed system programming from the remote
procedure call (RPC) to the remote programming (RP) paradigm, to
decrease network traffic and improve performance. To accomplish
this, several experimental systems use agents (i. e., mobile pro-
cesses) to implement the RP paradigm. The use of agents has sev-
eral advantages and a few disadvantages, including added security
issues. In this paper, we survey several experimental agent systems

  

Source: Abdalla, Michel Ferreira - Computer Science Department, École Normale Supérieure

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences