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RE: Papers Related to XML Security (here's the public link to "Se curing XML Documents")

From: Ed Simon <ed.simon@entrust.com>
Date: Fri, 9 Jun 2000 17:32:31 -0400
Message-ID: <ED026032A3FCD211AEDA00105A9C46960177B68A@sothmxs05.entrust.com>
To: "'Joseph M. Reagle Jr.'" <reagle@w3.org>, Jeremy Epstein <jepstein@webmethods.com>
Cc: xml-encryption@w3.org, kahan@w3.org

I'm not sure that the link you just gave is  to the same paper referred to
earlier (though it is by the same set of authors, (its really great to see
work like this happening!))

Anyway, I got my PDF of "Securing XML Documents" from 
"http://mercurio.sm.dsi.unimi.it/~samarati/Papers/edbt00.pdf".

Regards, Ed

-----Original Message-----
From: Joseph M. Reagle Jr. [mailto:reagle@w3.org]
Sent: Friday, June 09, 2000 4:34 PM
To: Jeremy Epstein
Cc: xml-encryption@w3.org; kahan@w3.org
Subject: Re: Papers Related to XML Security


It is also now available at:
        http://www9.org/w9cdrom/contents.html#SECURITY

At 16:19 2000-06-09 -0400, Jeremy Epstein wrote:
 >> Securing XML Documents. Ernesto Damiani1, Sabrina De Capitani di
 >Vimercati1,
 >> Stefano Paraboschi2, and Pierangela Samarati1
 >> "...The eXtensible Markup Language (XML), a markup language promoted by
 >the
 >> World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), represents an important opportunity to
 >> solve this problem. We present an access control model to protect
 >> information distributed on the Web that, by exploiting XML's own
 >> capabilities, allows the definition and enforcement of access
restrictions
 >> directly on the structure and content of XML documents. We also present
a
 >> language for the specification of access restrictions that uses standard
 >> notations and concepts and briefly describe a system architecture for
 >access
 >> control enforcement based on existing technology. "
 >> http://link.springer.de/link/service/series/0558/bibs/1777/17770121.htm
 >
 >Springer Verlag requires a username/password to access the paper, and my
web
 >searches haven't turned up an unrestricted copy.  In your conversations
with
 >the authors, were you able to obtain their permission to distribute the
 >paper?
 >
 >--Jeremy
 >

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