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    Specifically, I used the Jet Brains PyCharm IDE for development (PyCharm: Download Latest, 2016). I chose this due to its error checking of code and debugging capabilities. As already explained, initially the command and control server was to use sockets to communicate with clients. This did not pan out. Instead, I utilized the “http.server” library in python (http.server--HTTP Servers, 2016). The class to handle HTTP requests was only a few lines of code which could easily be expanded to fit my needs. I focused mainly on the “do_post” function, as all requests were done via POST in HTTP. In addition to the communications, the command and control server would also need to keep track of clients and take command input from the user running the server. To handle commands, I created a simple while loop that prompts for input until the “exit” command is given. Behind this, I also created a list of valid commands to check for. To keep track of clients I utilized a dictionary of key value pairs (Data Structures, 2016). The key would need to be unique to each individual device. UUIDs fit the bill here, so each device was identified by a UUID (Leach, Mealling, & Salz, 2005). The value in the dictionary had to be customized to…

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    This protocol is a variation of HTTP that provides the secure foundation for SSL transmission. S-HTTP performs what is known as a handshake when establishing a connection to exchange keys and creates an encrypted connection. Addresses to an SSL secure page use the prefix "https" instead of the common "http." Therefore, a secure page address would read https://www.hotmail.com The public-key system requires that each party have a public and a private key. These keys must be generated by a trusted…

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    4. Describe one covert method used to capture customer information this is where the user will not be aware that there details are being taken or used. Covert is when you are not aware that data is being collected – such as through cookies. The website reads the cookie and can then look up details such as your name, address, credit card number from their database. This saves you from having to re-enter your data every time you visit. Cookies capture information that you don’t…

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    What Laws Apply At its most basic level the Data Protection Act 1998, and the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC which it implements, has provided, until recently, the guidance on the requirements of Data Controllers, in this case owners of websites that use cookies, how to treat claims related to privacy infringements and the consequences in cases where the controller had failed in its duties. The main change to it has come with the Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive)…

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    The Cookie Monster is a character on the beloved children’s educational television program Sesame Street, a character easily recognized by his bright blue fur, googly eyes, and appetite that is unable to be satisfied. He is also well known for his simplistic diction and his enormous non-stop craving for cookies. Obviously, as his name implies, the Cookie Monster is a monster of some sort. Alongside his adorable yet not very developed personality are a set of traits that, according to those who…

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    Therefore, a website uses' COOKIES which comprises of a small portion of text file stored on the user's computer in the form of a name-value pair. Cookies are used by websites to keep track of visitors, to keep user information like username, address. When any web application that is utilizing cookies, When the Server sends cookies and client browser directions to store it. Then the browser sends the cookie to the server till the page is needed again.Therefore cookies is a standard interview…

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    avoiding such attacks such as Intrusion Detection System (IDS) which is the most popular method of defense [29]. A defense federation is used in [29] for guarding against such attacks. Under this technique each cloud is loaded with separate IDS. The different intrusion detection systems work on the basis of information that is exchange between these systems. In case a specific cloud is under attack, the cooperative IDS alert all other components in the system. Trustworthiness of a cloud is…

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    To me, being invisible is like having an unlimited supply of your favorite cookie. In the beginning, you start slow, you are reasonable with your cookie consumption. You eat the cookie maybe after a meal as dessert but later you can 't get enough of the cookie. Eating one leads to another being consumed, which in turn leads to another, and all of a sudden, several months later, you’ve gained several pounds, probably have some type of sugar problem, and just the thought of a cookie will make you…

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    How can I ever forget about that day, it marked me so deep into my veins and it was written all over in papers.. It was one sunday afternoon and as I exit the parking lot into the building were the store I worked was located I felt this warm feeling rolling round and round not only in my belly but in my head.. The smell of cannabis drowned the whole building it was insanely gross. I speed walked as I covered my nose with my long sleeve shirt. I made my way to the back where only employees were…

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    The internet has made e-commerce, relatively new but growing rapidly, a new avenue of sales potential. Every internet user is a potential customer (Holden, Belew, Elad, Rich, & Gulbrandsen, 2008). Like other major retailers, Sears has both physical and e-commerce storefronts. Starting out in the 1880’s as a mail order catalog company, it expanded to retail stores in 1925, and moved into department store formats as early as 1934 ("A Narrative History," n.d.) As in-store sale slow, it is…

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