Omar Zakaria

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This paper presents a new method to improve performance of DSR in Ad Hoc Network. We present an analysis of DSR protocol and propose our algorithm to improve the performance of DSR protocol by using ACK reply path as a backup route when an original route fails in Mobile Ad Hoc networks. In the traditional DSR protocol, a backup route will be initiated to(More)
Currently, in most virus detection techniques the signature recognition process of unknown viruses are challenging task. The process has become more difficulties after the complexities of the viruses’ structure have developed, as in the Polymorphic computer viruses. This paper reviews and then explains some used techniques to detect the known(More)
This paper discusses on the development of the Honeyd@WEB. Honeyd@WEB is a system that can deploy low-interaction, production, dynamic and manageable virtual honeypots via a web interface. It runs open source programs, such as P0f (a passive fingerprinting tool) and Honeyd (a low-interaction honeypot). Honeyd@WEB can automatically determine; how many(More)
The future of mobile wireless communication networks will be experienced several generations as which have been experienced. This kind of development will drive the researches of information technology in industrial area. In this paper, we predict the future generations of mobile wireless communication networks including 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th generations.(More)
This paper presents a new design hybrid honeypot to improve the exposure aspect of intrusion deception systems and in particular, research server honeypots. A major attribute in the design of a server honeypot is its passiveness, which allows the honeypot to expose its services and passively wait to be attacked. Although passiveness of a server honeypot(More)
The 3 Generation (3G) wireless mobile internet networks are ready to live up to its performance in computer networking and mobile devices, which have limitation on access voice quality and only up to 2M bit/sec for data rates. The 4 Generation (4G) wireless mobile internet networks combine current existing 3G cellular networks (i.e., IPv6, OFDM, CDMA2000,(More)
The current existing multimedia services have been achieved mainly by fixed internet networks. The 4th Generation (4G) wireless mobile multimedia internet networks integrate with IPv6, LAS-CDMA, OFDM, MC-CDMA, UWB, Networks-LMDS and fixed internet networks to support mobile multimedia services as the same quality of service as fixed internet, which is an(More)