Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Windows Files And Folders Security Using Cryptography And Steganography
Country :: India
Authors :: AnushaJagannathachari || Archana Nair || Prof Dr.Bharati Wukkadada || Prof. Dr. D.G Jha
Page No. :: 01-06

This papers main aim would be to put forth the implementation of cryptography and steganography to secure files and folders in windows platform. It is a windows desktop application. Here the users can lock their various folders in a different format such as recycle bin, help and support, etc. Once it is locked, for example as recycle bin, the original contents of the locked folder will be hidden and replaced with recycle bin's contents. The locking and unlocking will be done with the help of passwords, which will be encrypted and stored in the database. Similarly, this application would also help us to lock an individual text file. By implementing steganography, the text file, pdf, PowerPoint slide etc can be converted to image and stored safely. The algorithm used for converting the text file to image and encrypting-decrypting the password is AES Algorithm.

Keyword : with C#, Cryptography, Files, Folders, MySQL database, AES Algorithm, Steganography, Windows Desktop Application, Windows Operating System.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Robo-bees: Intelligent Farmers for the Next Gen Agricultural Technology
Country :: India
Authors :: Shirley Sequeira || Prof. Harshali Patil
Page No. :: 07-12

India is an agriculture based country and its development lies in the advancement of agricultural techniques. This paper discusses the framework for next gen framing based on a combination of precision agriculture and robotic systems. The work focuses on making agriculture domain tech savvy using robo-bees leading to improvement in the yield. Robo-bees are advancement in the field of drones. These Robo-bees are being used to monitor and take necessary decision based on the input provided by the sensor based fields. Robobees are of two types; Queen Bee and the Worker bees. The queen bee plays an important role in the decision making process for next gen farming..............

Keywords: Agricultural technology, data analysis, decision making, robo-bees, sensor based system.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Comparative Analysis of algorithms while encrypting data in Cloud
Country :: India
Authors :: Shivam Agarwal || Tanuja Bodas || Dr. Bharati Wukkadada
Page No. :: 13-17

This paper talks about data security, when confidential information is revealed into an undesirable environment intentionally or unintentionally, it is known as a data breach. This paper concern regarding stored data, the way it is encrypted and the problems faced during decryption. This paper aims to increase the time complexity to decrypt data using the RSA algorithm over various other algorithms like DES, AES, and IDEA along with concepts of factorization.

Keywords: R.S.A. algorithm, D.E.S., A.E.S., I.D.E.A.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Vehicle Identification using Support Vector Machines
Country :: India
Authors :: Srinivas Subramani || Advait Avadhoot Joshi || Sangeetha Rajesh
Page No. :: 18-21

Nowadays, there is a tremendous advancement in areas of automation and computer vision. Object identification is an essential process in these technologies. It identifies any specific object from an image or video sequence and the action is taken accordingly. Machine learning algorithms are extensively used for object identification in various applications. The necessary features are extracted from the images and are trained using various classifiers. This paper proposes an object identification technique using Support Vector Machines (SVM). The proposed system is compared with Decision Tree (DT) and K-Nearest Neighbor (KNN) classification algorithms. The object identification system is assessed on identification accuracy, prevision and recall.

Keywords: Decision Tree, K-Nearest Neighbor, Support Vector Machines.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Sentiment Analysis on Twitter Data for product evaluation
Country :: India
Authors :: Prof. SudarshanSirsat || Dr.Sujata Rao || Dr.Bharti Wukkadada
Page No. :: 22-25

As more and more people are expressing their views and opinions on various microblogging websites there has been a surge of data generated by the users, these websites have people sharing their thoughts daily because of short and simple form of expressions. We can consider such type of data as a resource and perform sentiment analysis on data of various products and services making better data driven decisions. This paper highlights the usefulness of sentiment analysis along with the type of data that is being analyzed, the complex process involved in analyzing the data, the different approaches that can be used, and an experimental observation using the Machine Learning approach

Keywords : Microblogging, Twitter, Sentiment Analysis, API, NLTK, Naïve Bayes Classifier Machine Learning Approach, Lexicon based Approach.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Analysis of Intrusion Detection Models for Wireless Sensor Networks
Country :: India
Authors :: Vaidehi.V. Bhatt
Page No. :: 26-28

With increase in the utility of Wireless Sensor Networks in various mission critical fields like environmental monitoring, traffic control, military, medical and healthcare, inventory tracking and smart spaces; secure and reliable sensor networks are a necessity. Majority of sensor networks are deployed in hostile
areas making them difficult to maintain. With limited energy of sensor nodes deploying an efficient Intrusion Detection System which does not consume more resources than the primary function of the network is of paramount importance. The Intrusion Detection System should detect and recover from internal and external attacks. In this paper, analysis of different methodologies is performed to identify their advantages and disadvantages.

Keywords: - WSN, IDS, TPIDS, HIDS, EPID, Cognitive networks.

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