Issue No. 06 - November/December (2006 vol. 10)
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Alberto Bartoli , University of Trieste
Eric Medvet , University of Trieste
Existing tools for automatically detecting Web site defacement compare monitored Web resources with uncorrupted copies of the content kept in a safe place. This can be an expensive and difficult task, especially when working with dynamic resources. In contrast, the Goldrake tool uses sensors and alarms to automatically monitor remote Web resources' integrity. Such a framework could help designers build services to inexpensively monitor multiple Web sites, which could be very attractive for small, budget-limited organizations that depend on the Web for their operation.
GIS, integrity, Web site defacement
A. Bartoli and E. Medvet, "Automatic Integrity Checks for Remote Web Resources," in IEEE Internet Computing, vol. 10, no. , pp. 56-62, 2006.