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Analyzing Wi­Fi P2p In The Context Of A Hangman Game, William L. Honig Jan 2015

Analyzing Wi­Fi P2p In The Context Of A Hangman Game, William L. Honig

William L Honig

Wi­Fi P2P , which complies with the Wi­Fi Alliance's Wi­Fi Direct™ certification

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program, is a relatively new addition to wireless communications systems. It is now

supported in Android operating system (since version 4.0). In theory, Wi­Fi Direct offers

advantages for ad hoc communications between mobile apps. A key goal of this project

was to evaluate the ability of Wi­Fi P2P for interconnecting mobile apps by using a

common game suitable to mobile screens and devices.

The application allows the user to interconnect two devices using Wi­Fi P2P and

play the classic ...


Research In Progress-Defending Android Smartphones From Malware Attacks, Marwan Omar, Maurice E. Dawson Jr. Dec 2012

Research In Progress-Defending Android Smartphones From Malware Attacks, Marwan Omar, Maurice E. Dawson Jr.

Maurice Dawson

Smart phones are becoming enriched with confidential information due to their powerful computational capabilities and attractive communications features. The Android smart phone is one of the most widely used platforms by businesses and users alike. This is partially because Android smart phones use the free, open-source Linux as the underlying operating system, which allows development of applications by any software developer. This research study aims to explore security risks associated with the use of Android smart phones and the sensitive information they contain, the researcher devised a survey questionnaire to investigate and further understand security threats targeting Android smart phones ...