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2018-2019 Java Project Topics for Computer Science

Abstract: Web browsers are enticing attack vectors because they provide an interface to the Internet. Extensions add capabilities to the browsers, and therefore are attractive to attackers. These capabilities are obtained through extension privileges. JAVA Projects for ITSome of these privileges are necessary for extensions to perform their claimed functionalities. However, an extension may have some unrequired privileges. Over-privileged extensions may be misused to compromise systems. The authors propose an Over-Privileged EXtension Analyser (OPEXA), to assist security experts in detecting suspicious extensions. JAVA Projects for IT Students OPEXA predicts the intended privileges of extensions based on their descriptions, which are stated by developers in natural language. They utilise this method because real users decide whether to install extensions based on descriptions. They use a supervised machine learning method to train a multi-label classifier that predicts the desired privileges. The extension is assumed to be suspicious if there exists at least one privilege in the extension that is not considered necessary by OPEXA. They evaluate their method on two datasets that consist of real extensions developed in new and old architectures of Firefox. JAVA Projects for IT Engineering StudentsAccording to the results, they can detect all of over-privileged extensions in these datasets. Their approach can minimise security expert's workload by automating the extension checking process.

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  • Java project topics for computer science

    1. Equivalent key attack against a public-key cryptosystem based on subset sum problem

    2. Using opcode sequences in single-class learning to detect unknown malware

    3. Attribute-based signature scheme with constant size signature in the standard model

    4. Adaptive and attribute-based trust model for service level agreement guarantee in cloud computing

    5. New certificateless short signature scheme

    6. Protect white-box AES to resist table composition attacks

    7. Compact and low-power ASIP design for lightweight PUF-based authentication protocols

    8. Versatile virtual honeynet management framework

    9. Privacy preserving big data mining: association rule hiding using fuzzy logic approach

    10. Information security collaboration formation in organisations

  • Java Projects for Engineering Students of Computer Science

    1. Weak keys of the full MISTY1 block cipher for related-key amplified boomerang cryptanalysis

    2. Trade-off between self-healing and energy consumption in mobile unattended WSNs

    3. Design and logical analysis on the access authentication scheme for satellite mobile communication networks

    4. Identity management and trusted interaction in internet and mobile computing

    5. Attribute-based encryption implies identity-based encryption

2018-2019 JAVA Projects for IT Students

1. Personalised anonymity for microdata release

2. Generalisation of Hadamard matrix to generate involutory MDS matrices for lightweight cryptography

3. Method for measuring the privacy level of pre-published dataset

4. Guess-and-determine attacks on PANAMA-like stream ciphers

5. Server notaries: a complementary approach to the web PKI trust model

2018-2019 JAVA Projects for IT Engineering Students

1. Robustness of text-based completely automated public turing test to tell computers and humans apart

2. A secure data backup scheme using multi-factor authentication

3. Database authentication watermarking scheme in encrypted domain

4. Efficient revocable and grantable attribute-based encryption from lattices with fine-grained access control

2018-2019 BCA Projects for 6th Sem


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2018-2019 Java Project Topics for Computer Science

2018-2019 Computer Science Projects Topics Contact: 9591912372

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