A Scalable and Secure Peer-to-Peer
Information Sharing Tool
Collaboration Technologies Group
Distributed Systems Department
Computational Research Division
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
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Reporting period - This report covers work completed April 2004 - June 2004
Work on the scalable and secure peer-to-peer information sharing tool project focused on publicizing our security work and the initial public release of the implementation.
Work on the security aspects focused on publishing the work accomplished to date. We have succeeded in this and have a paper accepted for publication.
We have also succeeded in putting together an initial public release of the software. It is located at http://www.dsd.lbl.gov/scishare.
- PKI-Based Security for Peer-to-Peer Information Sharing
K. Berket, A.Essiari and A. Muratas. To appear in the Proceedings of the Fourth IEEE International Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing, Zurich, Switzerland, Aug. 25-27, 2004. LBNL-54975.
- Securing Large Collaborations
Presented by A. Essiari at the 4th Access Grid Retreat, Toronto, Canada, June 9-11, 2004.
Workshops and Conferences
- Global Grid Forum 11, Honolulu, Hawaii June 6-10, 2004. K. Berket co-chaired of Birds of Feather session regarding formation of a Peer-to-Peer Discovery Working Group.
- 4th Access Grid Retreat, Toronto, Canada, June 9-11, 2004. A. Essiari gave a presentation and was a panelist on the Future Security Issues for the Access Grid panel.
- continue adding security mechanisms to the implementation
- enhance the user interface and application functionality based on feedback from initial users
- begin instrumentation of system characteristics
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Credits: A Scalable and Secure Peer-to-Peer Information Sharing Tool research and development is funded by the U.S. Dept. of Energy, Office of Science, Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research, Mathematical, Information, and Computational Sciences Division; Support Credits identify the funding sources and the organizational context of the work described in this document.