Iran designs software for investigating illegal users' infiltration in defense centers
ISNA - Iranian Students' News Agency
Mon 5 May 2014 - 11:42
TEHRAN (ISNA)- Iranian scientists at Amir Kabir Poly Technique University have designed a software for investigating security and access in defense centers and blocking illegal infiltration of users.
'The guideline in producing any computer software is following security and blocking illegal users' access. Ignoring such issues will lead to great damages to the system,' said Mehdi Fadaei, the project director.
A security guideline includes series of legal actions for management, protection and distribution of sensitive resources of an organization, he said, adding the software can investigate security, access and users' infiltration.
The language of the software is dubbed 'Jasper' named after of Java programming language.
'Jasper language facilitates description and implementation of large spectrum of security guidelines. The programming language is responsible for all security guidelines automatically as it runs.'
The researcher further added that the objected-oriented programming language will be developed soon, and can be used in military and defense centers, in which security is of high importance.
The object-oriented programming language is made of objects, and includes C++, C Sharp and Java.
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