Asian Transactions on Computers

Volume: 05, Issue: 03, June 2015
ISSN 2221-4275

Title: Malicious Web Page Identification using HTML Content-based Technique
Author(s): Chiaw Lin Heng, Kang Leng Chiew, San Nah Sze, Wei King Tiong
Paper ID: ATC-15010355
Pages: 1 - 5
Abstract: The increase of the usage of website leads to the increase of the number of web page viewed. This causes the widespread of Internet criminal activities and website becomes the focus of the malicious attack. In this paper, a technique which is based on static analysis is proposed to classify malicious and benign web page. Support Vector Machines (SVM) is used as the classifier and is trained to classify the dataset. This technique obtained 82% of accuracy by extracting the significant feature of web pages to ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of the detection model. The features extracted by the proposed method are from HTML element, JavaScript and property of URL structure.

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Title: Overarching HL7 Interpolation For Asian Interoperability
Author(s): Ishan Sabar, Prasad M. Jayaweera, Ananda Edirisuriya
Paper ID: ATC-15120347
Pages: 6 - 11
Abstract: This paper takes a sneak-peek at the state healthcare sector in Sri Lanka. It looks at the number, type, and location in Sri Lanka, of the over 1600 state-run medical institutions, ranging from the small rural clinics, to the large city hospitals, the currently used healthcare-related IT technology in these institutions, the issues and shortcomings, the desired IT technology and service levels in healthcare, and the applicability of the Health Level 7(HL7) healthcare standard to elevate the IT services and its usage in healthcare in Sri Lanka, both vertically down the different healthcare-service-provider tiers, and laterally in terms of increasing demographic spread, related improvement in the relevant system performance indicators, and finally an extrapolation of these findings to the global context. The study employed valued, timely, and relevant data collected about the healthcare sector in Sri Lanka in the analysis and solution phases, but the findings are ubiquitous and overarching, seamlessly extrapolatable to the Asian and greater universal contexts as well.

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