Asian Journal of Information Technology

Year: 2016
Volume: 15
Issue: 19
Page No. 3846 - 3851

Stream Life Estimation Based on the End Point Elimination Technique to Restrict Client Side Script for Secure Computing

Authors : P. Malathi and P. Vivekanandan

Abstract: The growing internet access rate makes the malicious users to spread malware, spyware, viruses into the genuine users storage medium and steal many user specific personal information. Also, the malware spoils the working of user devices and reduces the performance and usage of the user computers. The user information steals by the malware are used to perform various malformed activities by them. Sometimes, the malware which intrudes into the user devices transfer many information about the customer information which can be used to perform various network threats. To solve this issues, there are many antivirus programs and tools are designed which monitor the activities and presence of viruses in the user devices. Apart from this, there are few scripts which are running at the time of user visit which transfers much user personal information without knowing the users. This kind of programs or scripts will not be monitored by any virus programs or security tools. By considering these client side scripts, a stream estimation based end point elimination technique is proposed and it identifies a set of endpoints or connections established at any point of time and eliminates un_trusted connections to secure the internet access. The proposed approach has produced efficient results in client script restriction and has reduced the time complexity also.

How to cite this article:

P. Malathi and P. Vivekanandan, 2016. Stream Life Estimation Based on the End Point Elimination Technique to Restrict Client Side Script for Secure Computing. Asian Journal of Information Technology, 15: 3846-3851.

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