On-the-fly web content integrity check boosts users' confidence
Sedaghat, Soroush, Pieprzyk, Josef, & Vossough, Ehsan (2002) On-the-fly web content integrity check boosts users' confidence. Communications of the ACM, 45(11), pp. 33-37.
Web servers are accessible by anyone who can access the Internet. Although this universal accessibility is attractive for all kinds of Web-based applications, Web servers are exposed to attackers who may want to alter their contents. Alterations range from humorous additions or changes, which are typically easy to spot, to more sinister tampering, such as providing false or damaging information.
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