Internet Security Dictionary
. areaandwhomayneedtorefertopreciseorcommonlyacceptedmeaningsof terms. Thetermscollectedinthisdictionaryarethoseusedbyresearchers,desi- ers,developers,manufacturers,vendors,systemadministrators,andotherusers of Internet security technology. These terms were taken primarily from the technical literature, including journal articles and magazines, books, and - questsforComments(RFCs). This dictionary covers eight main areas: (1) authentication, including biometrics, encryption/public key infrastructure, digital signatures, ti- stamping, and certi?cate management; (2) encryption; (3) network-level- curity,includingIP,IPsec,SHTTP,andSSL;(4)?rewallsandremotem- agement; (5) Internet security policies, risk analysis, integration across platforms, management and auditing; (6) mobile code security,Java/Active X/scripts, and mobile agent code; (7) virus protectionandintrusiondet- tion; and (8) security in Internet commerce. Since the TCP/IP protocol is at the heart of Internet routing, this dictionary containsmanytermsrelated toserverprocesses,TCP/IP,androutingaswell.