May 31, 1999 to June 4, 1999
P. Narasimhan , University of California at Santa Barbara
K. P. Kihlstrom , University of California at Santa Barbara
L. E. Moser , University of California at Santa Barbara
P. M. Melliar-Smith , University of California at Santa Barbara
The Immune system aims to provide survivability to CORBA applications, enabling them to continue to operate despite malicious attacks, accidents, or faults. Every object within the CORBA application is actively replicated by the Immune system, with majority voting applied on incoming invocations and responses to each replica of the object. The Secure Multicast Protocols are employed to enable the majority voting to be effective, even when processors within the network and objects within the application become corrupted.
Byzantine fault, CORBA, distributed objects, majority voting, multicast, reliability, replication, security, survivability
P. Narasimhan, K. P. Kihlstrom, L. E. Moser, P. M. Melliar-Smith, "Providing Support for Survivable CORBA Applications with the Immune System", ICDCS, 1999, 2013 IEEE 33rd International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems, 2013 IEEE 33rd International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems 1999, pp. 0507, doi:10.1109/ICDCS.1999.776553