Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry
Vol. 8, Special Issue 3 (2019)
A security framework of the future generation based trusted operating systems to overcome from the malicious and illegal threats
Saurabh and Dr. Kalpana Sharma
The research paper presents robust means of the next generation-based information operating systems for building secure foundation to abolish unauthorized threats. There are various pitfalls in the existing and present operating systems. To keep the information safe in each respect from the wrong hands of the intruders is the major concern to eradicate from various kinds of unauthorized threats. Security deals with the avoidance and discovery of illegal conduct by the unauthorized users. There are still various flaws in gaining the complete security solutions of the operating systems. The overall aim is to secure data and information so that intruders can’t gain malicious accessibility of the system. Unfortunately, due to the limits of various kinds of powerful and robust features in the existing generation of operating systems, many traditional security methods cannot be applied to build a hundred percent full proof security framework. This paper addresses this issue by introducing a secure framework to overcome from the malicious and illegal threats. This qualitative study focuses on describing a needed part of protection in the operating systems of the next generation. The research work deals the prevention and detection of unauthorized threats with an aim to produce the next generation based secure and powerful operating systems. The requirement of overall complete protection, reliability and enforcement of guarantee are main provisions of a trusted operating system. The most important qualities of trusted operating systems are represented to eliminate illegal threats.
Pages: 93-98 | 1246 Views 287 Downloads
Saurabh and Dr. Kalpana Sharma. A security framework of the future generation based trusted operating systems to overcome from the malicious and illegal threats. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2019;8(3S):93-98.