Sujee Maniyam 2013-12-16, 20:50
-Re: when a security token is compromised?
Michael Allen 2013-12-16, 21:40
Hi Sujee, I'm not exactly following you when you are talking about a
"security token". Are you maybe referring to the visibility labels within
the cell level security feature of Accumulo?
- Mike Allen
On Mon, Dec 16, 2013 at 3:50 PM, Sujee Maniyam <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi all
> I am trying to understand the security model of Accumulo
> Let's say a security token has been 'compromised'. How can the data be
> safe guarded? Do we need to replace all cells with the old security token
> with a new one?
> Or is it the security tokens are 'well known' (as in not secret) and the
> data access is controlled via granting / revoking specific tokens to
> specific users?
> thanks very much
> Sujee Maniyam (http://sujee.net)
Sujee Maniyam 2013-12-16, 21:56
Michael Allen 2013-12-16, 22:02
Josh Elser 2013-12-16, 22:13
Christopher 2013-12-30, 22:50
Josh Elser 2013-12-16, 22:12