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 Title: Investigating the Relations of Attacks, Methods and Objects in Regard to Information Security in Network TCP/IP Environment Authors: Polimirova, DimitrinaNickolov, EugeneNikolov, Cecko Keywords: File FormatsInformation AttacksMethods of CompressionCompressed ObjectsInformation Security Issue Date: 2007 Publisher: Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA Abstract: Possibilities for investigations of 43 varieties of file formats (objects), joined in 10 groups; 89 information attacks, joined in 33 groups and 73 methods of compression, joined in 10 groups are described in the paper. Experimental, expert, possible and real relations between attacks’ groups, method’ groups and objects’ groups are determined by means of matrix transformations and the respective maximum and potential sets are defined. At the end assessments and conclusions for future investigation are proposed. URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10525/102 ISSN: 1313-048X Appears in Collections: Volume 1 Number 1

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