CSE Projects in Chennai
Computer Science Engineering based Projects is developed in the platforms of Java, .Net, NS 2, PHP, Android and in Networking, Mobile Computing, Data Mining, Web Services, Software Engineering, Big data, Embedded Technology, Realtime Projects, Network Security and so on. CSE Department deals with System Programming, System Design, Software Development, Software Testing, Networking, Mobile Communication and so on.
We, at Aadhityaa Infomedia, have developed lots of projects for CSE Department for the past 14 Years. We have developed more than 3000 IEEE Papers for CSE department alone. Before giving the project, we train the students in the corresponding domain and then Coding Development guidance is provided to the students. We also develop projects for students who have visualised their own ideas and IEEE Papers. We are the 1st Project Center to come into developing Cloud Computing Projects in 2009 and Android Projects in 2011. We guide CSE Projects in Chennai in a full-fledged way from scratch to completion.
Technologies & Domains
Integrated Implementation of Modeling, Propagation and Detection of Worms in the outbox of attacker
In the existing system, Email Malware poses critical threats. These malwares could cause the computer to be compromised.
In the proposed system, Malware / Virus is modeled and propagated into other computers to compromise those. Once one node is infected, it becomes compromised. It starts sending Mail of Virus file to rest of it's neighbour nodes to which it is attached. User node is infectious at it's active state. If all three nodes are infected and which are connected to a single node in its Tree, then all 3 will affect that Single Node. After analysis of the behavior of the virus, patches are distributed to kill the virus.
Modification part of the project, is to filter a Virus Data from the sender end itself. We implement both Proposed & Modification System, whereby Virus Data is analyzed with pre-stored behaviour and filtered in the sender end itself in order to prevent virus penetration.