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Configuration of Single Sign On against Active Directory in enterprise network
Křenek, Jan ; Pavlíček, Luboš (advisor) ; Bruckner, Tomáš (referee)
This work discusses about configuration and integration of Single Sign On against to Active Directory which serves as an authorization into web applications for Air Navigation Services, CZECH REPUBLIC by company Ifield Computer Consultancy Limited. Part of the work is performed the results of testing of the performance these two type of implementations for two different applications. For the theory part I've been using relevant literature, but for some tools, namely Scimark and JMeter, there is none, so I had to settle with internet sources. The main benefit of this thesis is the result of testing of comparison two different implementations of the Single Sign On generated using NTLMv2 and SPNEGO/Kerberos.
Indoor positioning systems, implementation and realization
Strnad, Pavel ; Bruckner, Tomáš (advisor) ; Pavlíček, Luboš (referee)
Bachelor thesis deals with the topic of localization inside buildings. The first part deals with the technologies and systems used for localization, while explaining the basic princi-ples and problems of implementation of these systems, their benefits and disadvantages. This section explains the functionality of each technology and the purpose for which it is best suited. The next part deals with the actual implementation of the localization system Redpin within the campus of the University of Economics in Prague. This section summarizes basic information about the project Redpin, then there is dismantled architecture of the system and its functionality. The remaining part is devoted to the direct implementation of this system. There are specified used technologies, decommissioned installation process and eventually re-evaluated results of its testing.
The Problematics of Phishing
Kemr, Jakub ; Klíma, Tomáš (advisor) ; Pavlíček, Luboš (referee)
Bachelor thesis focuses on still current and specific type of cybercrime called phishing. The goal of the thesis is to introduce an ordinary internet user to the phishing issue by describing the functionality of different techniques of attack and appropriate ways of prevention and defence against these types of cyber-attacks. The thesis is divided into three parts. Theoretical part deals with the introduction to the phishing issue and historical development of this fraudulent technology since the early 90s of the 20th century. Furthermore, the theoretical part describes the functionality of different types of phishing techniques from the most famous to the less well-known. The end of the theoretical part describes the prevention and defence possibilities at user, software and organizational level. The second part of the work focuses on the analysis of phishing attacks. First the thesis analyses some of the recent attacks on Czech clients, in particular their structure, progress and the real purpose. The following parts show the preparation and process of one classic and one modern attack with examples of detection and possibilities of appropriate defence against these specific techniques. Final part of the thesis shows the results of the survey and phishing quiz, focused on ordinary internet users and their awareness of this issue.
Usage of event processing systems for log analysis
Bašta, Vojtěch ; Pavlíček, Luboš (advisor) ; Stanovská, Iva (referee)
This thesis is focused on complex event processing technology, available software solutions for log processing and also on application of Esper library in an example where HTTP logs of an information system are analyzed. Work is divided to five chapters. The first one presents a complex event processing technology. The second chapter analyzes the available software solutions for processing logs. One of which - Esper CEP technology - is selected as a representative. The third part of the thesis is devoted to analytical library Esper. In the fourth chapter the entire solution with all the components and interactions between them is described. In the last chapter I present the EPL language options for defining queries over events. The solution also includes the definition of rules for detection of undesirable behavior. The entire solution was tested against historical data for the past two years.
Server and application virtualization via Docker
Tomášek, Patrik ; Pavlíček, Luboš (advisor) ; Bruckner, Tomáš (referee)
This bachelor thesis covers virtualization at level of operation system using a new solution called Docker. The aim is to introduce the topic and to describe how to create Docker container. The key to achieve those objectives lies in identifying and studying available relevant materials and processing the information gained from the study in order to create an application container. As an introduction to the topic of Docker, the theses briefly mentions the history of virtualization and currently used sorts of virtualization. It describes Docker and necessary knowledge for basic understanding of the issue and further practical sections of thesis. The main part of this thesis sheds light on installation and configuration of Docker, download and launch of already existing Docker container. Furthermore it documents how the author designs and creates his own application container with preselected app.
Network storage for virtualization
Korbelář, Jakub ; Bruckner, Tomáš (advisor) ; Pavlíček, Luboš (referee)
The diploma thesis is focused on expansion of current KVM virtualization infrastructure with network storage in a web hosting company environment. The first part describes the basics of the network storage field, and the virtualization field as well. This is amended by a description of the current solution in the company, which is going to be expanded. The searching for suitable innovative solution is following, several variants are found, each of them is commented and their advantages and disadvantages are summarized. The realization of the selected solution is implemented, including the testing on the practical part.
Open source tools for mass administration of linux servers
Dočekal, Michal ; Pavlíček, Luboš (advisor) ; Veber, Jaromír (referee)
The goal of this thesis is to describe a compare selected open source tools for mass linux server administration. In the first part, the tools are described, including their principles and internal architecture. The next part follows with the comparison of these selected tools using several groups of comparison criteria. The main contribution of this thesis is the actual comparison of software tools of this type. The method chosen to fulfill the goal of this thesis is literature search and custom practical testing of these tools.
Phishing and the human factor
Kalinová, Diana ; Sigmund, Tomáš (advisor) ; Pavlíček, Luboš (referee)
The main aim of the diploma thesis is to underline the importance of human factor for the success of phishing attacks and to identify the reasons, why the Czech and Slovak users are vulnerable to phishing. The thesis focuses on the user as the weakest part in the system which phishers exploit. Social and technical tricks that are cheating users are in the second chapter. The third chapter focuses on social engineering and sociological methods of attack. The fourth chapter is devoted to the delivery of phishing and fifth chapter explores the various types of phishing attacks. The sixth chapter presents the reasons for the operation of phishing, the aspects of credibility and authenticity of e-mails and web sites, that users follow and the implications of using the context in phishing. The victims of phishing have specific reactions which are mentioned in the seventh chapter. The eighth chapter explores the various measures against phishing, not just technology. Mentioned eight chapters present a theoretical basis for the following chapters of the diploma thesis. In the ninth chapter is performed analysis of the global situation of phishing. Through analysis are identified current and historical trends in phishing. Finally, the chapter shows the implications for the user. The tenth chapter is devoted to the phishing attacks in the Czech and Slovak Republic which are interesting in terms of the importance of human factor. We determine whether users are able to defend attacks only with their carefulness, mindfulness and awareness of phishing. Within the last chapter is taken empirical research through the questionnaire survey. The research verifies the awareness of the Czech and Slovak users about phishing, their personal experiences with phishing, their security habits and the aspects of credibility and authenticity that they consider in emails and websites. Based on all findings are drawn conclusions and recommendations.
Mobile applications for policyholders
Kováč, Ondřej ; Pavlíček, Luboš (advisor) ; Vacek, Martin (referee)
Diploma thesis deals with mobile applications for policyholders in the segment of general insurance. Aims of thesis are to create an analysis of existing applications on market in the Czech Republic, reveal their shortcomings, design a new application and then create it and make it available for policyholders of all insurers. The first chapter of thesis contains definition of basic terms that are used later in text. Analysis of existing applications is the content of second chapter. It is based on examination of functions of existing applications and the reviews from users and experts. Design of the new application is described in chapter three and is included as a runnable HTML prototype on the attached disk. Description of implemented application is included in the next part of the third chapter and application itself is available for download from Google Play and can also be found on the attached disk. The main benefits of thesis are the analysis of mobile insurance applications market, the new application available for all policyholders, and some recommendations resulting from re-search for companies intending to produce their own application.
QoS in a computer network of VŠE
Kalina, Tomáš ; Pavlíček, Luboš (advisor) ; Beneš, Jiří (referee)
The diploma thesis is focused on analysis and deployment of Quality of Services (QoS) in a computer network of The University of Economics in Prague (VŠE). The thesis describes the main QoS technologies focusing on technology Diffserv and its deployment with using available network devices in computer network of VŠE. In thesis the needs of network services and protocols for quality of services with division into different classes of services according to priority are discussed. The thesis explains the benefits and drawbacks of deploying QoS in the environment of VŠE with regard to wired and wireless network. In the practical part recommendations are applied to the production network and subsequently the benefits of modification are evaluated.

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