A Flexible and Reliable Architecture for Mobile Agent Security

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Executive Summary

Wireless application protocol is a protocol that makes it possible to surf the Internet from a cellular phone or other handheld wireless. Many of them that surf the Internet from home with a 56 kbps modem think that it is slow and a cell phone only uses 9.6 kbps so WAP has to take the lesser bandwidth into consideration. The purpose of this study was to present the ability for dispatch mobile agent from a host to carry out operations directly to the remote point of interest, thus agent's scans provide an appropriate response which is faster than a hierarchical IDS that communicates with a central coordinator based elsewhere on the network.

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