Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Effective Packet Marking to find the real attacks in Internet


Title: Effective Packet Marking to find the real attacks in Internet
Level: Master Degree
Duration: 5-6 Months
Base Paper: Flexible Deterministic Packet Marking: An IP Traceback System to Find the Real Source of Attacks
Journal: IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PARALLEL AND DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS, VOL. 20, NO. 5, MAY 2009
Abstract:  Internet Protocol (IP) traceback is the enabling technology to control Internet crime. In this paper, we present a novel and practical IP traceback system called Flexible Deterministic Packet Marking (FDPM) which provides a defense system with the ability to find out the real sources of attacking packets that traverse through the network. While a number of other traceback schemes exist, FDPM provides innovative features to trace the source of IP packets and can obtain better tracing capability than others
Note: Sometime, concept implementation may differ from the concept in the base paper to show the innovative technique which is must for any Master Project.

Effective Query Retrieval System in Mobile Business Environment


Title: Effective Query Retrieval System in Mobile Business Environment
Level: Master Degree
Duration: 5-6 Months
Base Paper: Effective Query Retrieval System in Mobile Business Environment
Journal: (IJCSIS) International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security, Vol. 7, No. 3, March 2010
Abstract:  Web Based Query Management System (WBQMS) is a methodology to design and to implement Mobile Business, in which a server is the gateway to connect databases with clients which sends requests and receives responses in a distributive manner. The gateway, which communicates with mobile phone via GSM Modem, receives the coded queries from users and sends packed results back. The software which communicates with the gateway system via SHORT MESSAGE, packs users’ requests, IDs and codes, and sends the package to the gateway; then interprets the packed data for the users to read on a page of GUI. Whenever and wherever they are, the customer can query the information by sending messages through the client device which may be mobile phone or PC. The mobile clients can get the appropriate services through the mobile business architecture in distributed environment.
Note: Sometime, concept implementation may differ from the concept in the base paper to show the innovative technique which is must for any Master Project.

Global Replication Management in Peer to Peer Networks



Title
: Global Replication Management in Peer to Peer Networks
Level: Master Degree
Duration: 5-6 Months
Base Paper: QoS enhancements for global replication management in peer to peer networks
JournalFuture Generation Computer Systems (2011), Elsevier, Volume 28, Issue 3, March 2012
Abstract:  Replica Management is a key issue to reduce the bandwidth consumption, to improve data availability and to maintain data consistency in large distributed systems. Global Replica Management (GRM) means to maintain the data consistency across the entire network. It is preferable particularly for multi-group distributed systems. On the other hand, GRM is not favorable for many applications because a very large number of message passes is needed for replica management processes. In this paper, in order to reduce the number of message passes needed to achieve the efficient GRM strategy, an interconnection structure called the Distributed Spanning Tree (DST) has been employed. The application of DST converts the peer network into logical layered structures and thereby provides a hierarchical mechanism for replication management. It is proved that this hierarchical approach improves the data availability and consistency across the entire network. In addition to these, it is also proved that the proposed approach reduces the data latency and the required number of message passes for any specific application in the network.
Note: Sometime, concept implementation may differ from the concept in the base paper to show the innovative technique which is must for any Master Project.

Saturday, 26 November 2011

How to install OMNeT++ 4.1 in Windows Environment

How to install OMNeT++ 4.1 in Windows Environment



Steps to Install OMNeT++ 4.1 in windows,

Step 1:
Click the following link and download OMNeT++ along with MinGW (This is the 4.2 release of the OMNeT++ platform. This package is for Windows, and contains the MinGW C++ compiler.)

http://www.omnetpp.org/omnetpp/doc_details/2240-omnet-42-win32-source--ide--mingw-zip

Step 2:
Unzip the file on any hard disc Drive say E:\.
(Now your folder looks like this E:\omnetpp-4.1)

Step 3:
Open the folder E:\omnetpp-4.1 and run the mingwenv.cmd.

Step 4 :
A new window will be opening which looks like a Linux Shell with prompt.

Step 5 :
·        Type the command  ./configure (this command will check all the modules and set the path)
·        Type the command make (This will run for at least 10 minutes, but may vary machine to machine)
·        Once everything is done, you will get a successful message and type omnetpp to open the IDE
·        (Please Install JDK before all these steps, as OMNeT++ IDE is based on Eclipse which needs JDK to be installed)

Step 6:
To check successful Installation, run any project like Tic-Toc.

Well Done… You successfully installed OMNeT++ 4.1 in windows environment.

This video demonstrate you the above step by step procedure on how to install OMNeT++ 4.1 tool in Windows platform



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