Remote System Accessing and Network Security Using Efficient Experimental Techniques

Er Ahmad, Er Avadhesh Kumar Maurya, Vishwa Nath, Maurya
2013 Scientia Research Library Journal of Engineering And Technology Research   unpublished
ABSTARCT Present paper demonstrates a novel approach for remote system accessing and network security techniques. This paper contains five sections and organized as follows. Section 1 describes an overview of frequently occurring network attacks and discusses related earlier research works carried out so far, also presents the experimental results. Section 2 describes some basic concepts of Internet Protocol (IP) address, special cases of IP addresses, conversion of a DNS IP address into a
more » ... address into a normal IP address, and ruling for Internet Protocol address. Section 3 discusses remote system accessing through various experimental techniques such as instant messaging software, through websites, HTTP and scripting methods, email headers, internet relay chat (IRC), and netstat. In addition to that, the present paper also includes a brief discussion on various countermeasures that can be taken to prevent a system whether desktop or any system in a network to be get accessed from outside the network (to which it belongs) without the knowledge of administrator. In section 4, two experimental techniques for hiding IP addresses have been proposed. Finally, the outcomes of our current study have been summarized in our conclusive observations in section 5. We remark here that some experimental techniques explored herein for remote system accessing and network security are much more efficient in the detection of network intrusions, compared with network based techniques; therefore, the proposed experimental techniques are useful particularly for network users.