Handling Potential DCE Security Violation Attempts
Original Publication Date: 1999-Dec-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2003-Jun-20
DCE has defined several DCE Serviceability events that could be construed as potential security violation attempts. These events can easily get lost in among all the other events that might appear at the Tivoli Event Console (TEC). This disclosure provides a way for these events to become more visible by generating another event, the DCEPotentialSecViolationAttempt event, and handling it instead.
Each of the DCE Serviceability events which apply would cause the DCEPotentialSecViolationAttempt event to be generated. Each DCEPotentialSecViolationAttempt event has a dup_id_msg slot which is an array of stings. The dup_id_msg slot for this event contains the message identifier and message text of the DCE Serviceability event that caused it. It appears as one string (