Web Applications And Conventional Desktop Applications

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ABSTRACT The web is encountering a rapid growth in the most recent years. New technologies are presented at a quick pace with the point of narrowing the gap between web-based applications and conventional desktop applications. The outcomes are web applications that look and feel like the desktop applications while holding the benefits of being started from the web. However, these advancements include some significant pitfalls. The same advancements used to build responsive, wonderful and completely included web applications, can likewise be utilized to compose web malware ready to escape location frameworks. This article exhibits new obfuscation techniques, based on some of the components of the forthcoming HTML5 standard, which…show more content…
The expansion of drive-by-download could be limited with the help of detection systems and these employ various techniques to identify if a web page contains a malware. Detection systems can be used either to prevent the spreading of malware, by building up ahead of time which sites host malware and, subsequently, must be blacklisted or, during the standard browsing activity, it warns clients about the potential threat of a page being browsed. The detection systems so called State-of- the- art malware detection systems are used which are based on honey clients. These are client machines used to visit webpages and might contain web malware. If a client somehow gets compromised after visiting the webpage, then that particular page is considered as a malware. This approach is very expensive in the terms of computational power and time although this works very effectual. For this reason, it’s mainly used with quick detection systems which are based on the static or semi-static analysis of webpage. So, honeyclients analyses to choose that which webpages might be destructive to be used as fast filters. The explosive development of malware is consistently powered by the arrival of new advances for the web. On a side, standardizing committees, web browser developers and expansive organizations working on the Internet are pushing for the adoption of innovations permitting the advancement of rich web-based client applications. On the
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