Infected Packet Storage Module Phase 5: Display information using web browser.

Infected Packet Storage Module Phase 5: Display information using web browser.

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Trojan virus attacks pose one of the most serious threats to computer security. A Trojan horse is typically separated into two parts - a server and a client. It is the client that is cleverly disguised as significant software and positioned in peer-to-peer file sharing networks, or unauthorized download websites. The most common means of infection...

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... the information obtained from the infected packets was collected and stored into a valid file the web browser as shown in Figure 3. Packet Sniffer can capture and extract all the packet information that has been defined, then it will analyze all infected captured packet information and store all necessary required information into files for viewing. ...

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