A secure network is any home, business, school, or another network that has security measures in place that help protect it from outside attackers. Of course, there is no such thing as an entirely secure network.
Secure network authentication with password identification
A password authentication protocol called SNAPI is proposed for inclusion in the P1363a document. SNAPI provides mutual authentication between a client and server based solely on a password, and does not require the client to store any other information except the
Efficient and secure network routing algorithms
We present several algorithms for network routing that are resilient to various attacks on the routers themselves. Our methods for securing routing algorithms are based on a novel leapfrog cryptographic signing protocol, which is more efficient than using traditional public
Honeypot based secure network system
A honeypot is a non-production system, design to interact with cyber-attackers to collect intelligence on attack techniques and behaviors. There has been great amount of work done in the field of network intrusion detection over the past three decades. With networks getting
Secure network communication based on text-to-image encryption
Security becomes an important issue when secure or sensitive information is sent over a network where all computers are connected together. In such a network a computer is recognized by its IP address. Unfortunately, an IP address is attacked by hackers; this is
Secure IP network model
Although network security is a common concern in almost every network , it appears that no general model for building safe networks has been proposed. The existing models lack a comprehensive approach to the challenges that need to be faced by a modern, publicly
A comparative study on secure network virtualization
Secure and efficient network virtualization is a key building block for virtualized environments such as data centers or enterprise networks. While machine virtualization alone provides immediate isolation of computing resources such as memory and CPU
Insecure Provably Secure Network Coding and Homomorphic Authentication Schemes for Network Coding.
Network coding allows the routers to mix the received information before forwarding them to the next nodes. Though this information mixing has been proven to maximize network throughput, it also introduces security challenges such as pollution attacks. A malicious
A survey on secure network : intrusion detection prevention approaches
With the growth of the Internet and its potential, more and more people are getting connected to the Internet every day to take advantage of the e-Commerce. On one side, the Internet brings in tremendous potential to business in terms of reaching the end users. At the
A network perimeter with secure external access
A private network that carries sensitive data between local computers requires proper security measures to protect the privacy and integrity of the traffic. When such a network is connected to other networks, or when telephone access is allowed into that network , the
Secure Cloud Computing with a Virtualized Network Infrastructure.
Despite the rapid development in the field of cloud computing, security is still one of the major hurdles to cloud computing adoption. Most cloud services (eg Amazon EC2) are offered at low cost without much protection to users. At the other end of the spectrum, highly
Secure network coding via filtered secret sharing
We study the problem of using a multicast network code to transmit information securely in the presence of a wire-tap adversary who can eavesdrop on a bounded number of network edges. We establish a close connection between secure linear network coding and a new
Lightbox: Sgx-assisted secure network functions at near-native speed
The recent trend of outsourcing network functions, aka. middleboxes, raises confidentiality and integrity concern on redirected packet, runtime state, and processing result. The outsourced middleboxes must be protected against cyber attacks and malicious service
Wireless sensor network based model for secure railway operations
The current state of the art in detecting immediate and long-term railway track problems involves both inspectors walking the track lines and train cars instrumented with accelerometers and ultrasonic sensors that are capable of detecting wear of the rail and
Secure network coding based data splitting for public safety D2D communications over LTE heterogeneous networks
This paper investigates the issue of secure Network Coding (NC) routing for Public Safety (PS) Device to Device (D2D) communications over LTE Heterogeneous Networks (HetNets). A new approach, named Secure Network Coding based Data splitting algorithm (SNCDS), is
Design and implementation of a secure campus network
Security has been a pivotal issue in the design and deployment of an enterprise network . With the innovation and diffusion of new technology such as Universal computing, Enterprise mobility, E-commerce and Cloud computing, the network security has still
Secure network -enabled commercial airplane operations: It support infrastructure challenges
The next-generation commercial airplane models have networking facilities that enable onboard systems to communicate between themselves as well as with offboard systems. This new feature allows network applications to realize many benefits for airplane
Implementing a Secure rlogin Environment: A Case Study of Using a Secure Network Layer Protocol.
This paper describes our experiences building a securerloginenvironment. With minimal changes to the rlogin server and the use of a secure network layer protocol, we remove the vulnerability of hostname-based authentication and IP source address spoofing. We
Secure automotive on-board electronics network architecture
This paper introduces hardware and software components for secure automotive on-board networks providing the basis for the protection of external vehicle communication. It is based on work done within the European research project EVITA (http://evitaproject. org). It
Network security consists of the policies and practices adopted to prevent and monitor unauthorized access, misuse, modification, or denial of a computer network and network-accessible resources.
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