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Related Patterns This model is a specialization of the Application Firewall presented earlier and has the same related patterns. Acknowledgements We thank our shepherd Robert Hanmer for valuable comments that improved the quality of our paper. References [Cer03] Cerebit, Inc. “Safeguarding the Enterprise from the inside out.” http://www.cerebit.com/download/Cerebit- EnterpriseApplicationSecurity.pdf . [Dat04] DataPower, http:///www.datapower.com [Fer01a] E. B. Fernandez and R. Pan. “A Pattern Language for Security Models.” In Proceedings of the PLoP Conference, 2001 . http://jerry.cs.uiuc.edu/~plop/plop2001/accepted_submissions/accepted- papers.html . [Fer01b] E. B. Fernandez. “An Overview of Internet Security.” In Proceedings of the World’s Internet and Electronic Cities Conference (WIECC 2001), Kish Island, Iran, May 2001. [Fer02] E. B. Fernandez. “Patterns for Operating Systems Access Control” In Proceedings of the PLoP Conference, 2002 http://jerry.cs.uiuc.edu/~plop/plop2002/final/OSSecPatt7.doc [Fer03] E. B. Fernandez, M. L. Petrie, N. Seliya, N. Delessy and A. Herzberg. “A Pattern Language for Firewalls.” In Proceedings of the PLoP Conference, 2003 . http://jerry.cs.uiuc.edu/~plop/plop2003/Papers/Fernandez- firewalls.pdf 20
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[Fer04] E. B. Fernandez, M. L. Petrie, N. Seliya, Stateful Inspection Firewall Pattern. [For04] Forum Systems Inc., http://www.forumsys.com/ [Net03] Netegrity, Inc. “A reference architecture.” http://www.netegrity.om/pdfs/refarch.pdf [Rea03] Reactivity. http://www.reactivity.com [San96] R.Sandhu et al., "Role-Based Access Control models", Computer , vol. 29, No2, February 1996, 38-47. [Som03] P. Sommerlad “Reverse Proxy Patterns”, Procs. of EuroPLoP 2003 . [Vor03] Vordel Limited. “An in-depth description of Vordel’s innovative VordelSecure, the XML security server.” http://www.vordel.com/downloads/VS2.1_white_paper.pdf [Wes03] Westbridge Technology. http://www.westbridgetech.com [W3C] W3C-IETF, “XML-Signature Syntax and Processing”, http://www.w3.org/TR/xmldsig-core/ , “XML Encryption” http://www.w3.org/TR/xmlenc-core/ [Yod97] J. Yoder and J. Barcalow, "Architectural patterns for enabling application security". Procs. PLOP’97 , http://jerry.cs.uiuc.edu/~plop/plop97 \. Also, Chapter 15 in Pattern Languages of Program Design , vol. 4 (N. Harrison, B. Foote, and H. Rohnert, Eds.), Addison-Wesley, 2000. 21
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