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The latest developments in mobile computing technology have enabled intensive applications on the modern Smartphones. However, such applications are still constrained by limitations in processing potentials, storage capacity and battery lifetime of the Smart Mobile Devices (SMDs). Therefore, Mobile Cloud Computing (MCC) leverages the application processing(More)
The rapid development of smartphone technologies have resulted in the evolution of mobile botnets. The implications of botnets have inspired attention from the academia and the industry alike, which includes vendors, investors, hackers, and researcher community. Above all, the capability of botnets is uncovered through a wide range of malicious activities,(More)
Botnet phenomenon in smartphones is evolving with the proliferation in mobile phone technologies after leaving imperative impact on personal computers. It refers to the network of computers, laptops, mobile devices or tablets which is remotely controlled by the cybercriminals to initiate various distributed coordinated attacks including spam emails,(More)
In recent years, the Internet has enabled access to widespread remote services in the distributed computing environment; however, integrity of data transmission in the distributed computing platform is hindered by a number of security issues. For instance, the botnet phenomenon is a prominent threat to Internet security, including the threat of malicious(More)
Mobile botnet phenomenon is gaining popularity among malware writers in order to exploit vulnerabilities in smartphones. In particular, mobile botnets enable illegal access to a victim's smartphone, can compromise critical user data and launch a DDoS attack through Command and Control (C&C). In this article, we propose a static analysis approach, DeDroid,(More)
—Vehicular communication requires vehicles to self-organize through the exchange of periodic beacons. Recent analysis on beaconing indicates that the standards for beaconing restrict the desired performance of vehicular applications. This situation can be attributed to the quality of the available transmission medium, persistent change in the traffic(More)
  • Ken Sauer, Marilyn Buck, Susan Powers, Tj Rivard, Kathy Johnson, Dennis Groth +70 others
  • 2015
Please contact Sara Appel at sappel@che.in.gov with any corrections or edits. Preamble In 2013 the Indiana legislature enacted Senate Enrolled Act 182, thereby establishing the requirements for a Statewide Transfer General Education Core (STGEC) of at least 30 credit hours. The statute states that each educational institution, in collaboration with the(More)
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