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#1 jony_asj  Icon User is offline

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Help neede-academic project on java[distributed]

Posted 17 May 2014 - 12:51 AM

Hello..
I'm doing my degree project based on networking security... our project involves intrusion detection and counter measure in network.. our project involves users uploading and downloading files in cloud... In our project we create a scenario where in attacker can download files from cloud (implemented as local drive). All these is deployed n executed on a single machine... Login for admin, users and attackers(just a creation) all falls in a single page. Now requirement as come up such that whole project should be implemented in atleast 2 systems or 2 VMs...where in owners and users can upload files in one system and the attacker (using the same module we coded) can login or access and download the other system's files in which files would have been stored...
Please kindly tell us ur ideas on hw to make this work.. how to make java programs on 2 systems communicate with each other(is it only through RMI) and how can i access other system files...

Kindly please help us. other wise our project might get rejected...

Thanks in advance...

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Re: Help neede-academic project on java[distributed]

Posted 17 May 2014 - 01:48 AM

Doesn't sound like much of an attack if 'attackers' have a login, first of all.

How much personal research have you put into this if 'without help our project will be rejected'?

Rent cloud space for the duration of the project and start running penetration analysis against it.

Your project seems less of a this is what we have mastered and more of how do we accomplish this.
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