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INTENDED APPROACH FOR THE DETECTION AND PREVENTION OF SQL INJECTION ATTACKS

Authors: Tejinderdeep Singh Kalsi, Navjot Kaur

IJAET/ Volume VI/ Issue III/ July-Sept.'2015/01-03

ABSTRACT
Web applications play a very important role in today’s world and in individual life as well as in any country’s development. This paper will give an overview to the SQL Injection attacks (SQLIA) and methods how to prevent them. We will be discussing all the proposed models to block SQL Injections. We will also discuss the techniques to preventSQL injections attacks occurring due to dynamic SQL statements in database stored procedures. In this paper, we have proposed a new, highly automated approach for protecting existing Web applications against SQL injection. Our approach has both conceptual and practical advantages over most existing techniques. This paper also contains strengths and weakness of various SQL injection attacks. At last, we also proposed the scheme to handle the SQLIA and strong enough to prevent them.

IMPROVING CLOUD SECURITY BY USING HYBRID ENCRYPTION SCHEME: A REVIEW

Authors: Vibbhey Bhangotra, Prabhdeep Singh Arora

IJAET/ Volume VI/ Issue III/ July-Sept.'2015/04-06

ABSTRACT
The current review article deals with the work that does relate to cloud computing system. The current review paper describes the work of numerous investigations in the area of cloud computing. Cloud computing does typically characterized as a type of computing that relies on sharing computing resources rather than having the local server or personal device to handle applications. One of the essential features of cloud computing is the versatility that it offers and one of the ways that versatility does grant is through scalability.

ENGINEERING STABILITY IMPROVEMENTS OF LADDER AND PREVENTING FALLS AT CONSTRUCTION SITE

Authors: Krishna Nirmalya Sen*, Dr. R.K Elangovan, Dr. Shrihari, Dr. Nihal Anwar Siddiqui

IJAET/ Volume VI/ Issue III/ July-Sept.'2015/07-14

ABSTRACT
Several activities in construction Work relates to work at height. These activities are required to be performed at elevations which exceed 1.8 m higher from the ground level. Ladders are used to provide access to scaffolds (temporary work platforms) as well as to connect various working levels. Fall from height is one of the major contributors for serious and fatal injuries at construction sites. In this regard, Incident data as well as safety inspection findings of five construction projects involving overall 20,000 workers are taken into consideration. This includes improper utilization of ladders, including various deviations such as extension of ladders, angle, slippery surfaces, improper access etc. As matter of relevance, impact of loading and vibration on the ladder was also studied for safe usage.