Obscure Surveillance and Server Monitoring

Obscure surveillance and server monitoring is a technique to administrate a remote server and monitor the logs of client's work. It's a browseable method through which the authors can administrate the server from any platform. It contains a two level encryption one at the browser side and another at the backend side. In this server maintains all the details about their client's i.e. user-id, password, encryption keys and log's. A firewall at the backend detects the packets and patterns and block phishing attacks.

Provided by: International Journal Of Computer Architecture And Mobility Topic: Data Centers Date Added: Apr 2013 Format: PDF

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