Web Syndication in a Multilevel Security Environment
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In this thesis, we demonstrate the feasibility of a novel multilevel web application that merges the ability to share sensitive information with cutting-edge Web 2.0 communication paradigms: we develop a multilevel web aggregation service, allowing web content at various classifications to be gathered together and browsed. The architecture supports read-down across subscriptions, supports receiving near-real-time delivery of new low web content to high subjects and demonstrates several thoughtful, ergonomic user interfaces relevant in a multilevel security context. The architecture was prototyped and evaluated using the current Monterey Security Architecture (MYSEA) research system.
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