Secured Multi Part File Java Project Report

Introduction to Secured Multi Part File Java Project:

In the current scenario it is very difficult to transfer files by ensuring fool proof security, data leakage is very much possible in many areas. It would be an extreme tedious process to send files with large memory especially for those who uses low bandwidth internet or those through exchange data’ s through floppy or CD-ROM.  The main objective of this software is to not only encrypt a file data but also to split it into parts in order to send it to another user or join it when the user receives the file and decrypt it. With this we can ensure data security and also can transfer data in a much easier and smoother way.

In the current system with the server being acted as data storage mechanism only leading crucial elements such as validations restricted only within the client system. This was proved to be quite daunting as the client would be in some remote far off place and to transport that amount of data with no data theft was extremely difficult. Since all data’s were not ciphered or encrypted chances of hacking where high. Also the transportation of these data’s took a lot of time and monetarily it was rather unfeasible. The errors may also pop up while the transferring of data which was also unwarranted

The proposed software acts as a solution to the cons of existing system. It is done in Java (jdk 1.5) platform. The data are ciphered from normal text file to ciphered text by using algorithms; as a result the file becomes encrypted and secured. User authentication is also given to make it more secured. The user can then split the file into desired no: of parts and size and transfer it. The other client can give the necessary authentication and can first join the file and then decrypt it using this system. This leaves the file transaction much secured and easier.

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