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Anonymity in P2P Networks
Brunai, Adam ; Malinka, Kamil (referee) ; Barabas, Maroš (advisor)
Freedom of speech and the right to privacy are maybe the most important elements of a modern society, yet the rights are often violated. This fact was the main reason for writing this thesis covering P2P network models, anonymity, censorship resistance and their use in real P2P networks and publishing systems. We discuss their effectiveness and suitability for specific purposes, but also the security considerations of their use. The second part of this thesis presents the LSPP publishing protocol, which is an library implementation of an anonymous censorship resistant P2P network. Finally, we analyze the proposed protocol and compare it with existing solutions.
Attack Techniques on ELF/PE Files and Detection
Brunai, Adam ; Jurnečka, Peter (referee) ; Barabas, Maroš (advisor)
This thesis deals with the attack techniques on executable files in Windows OS. Its main goal is to analyze the file infection techniques in terms of their implementation and detection. Before the analysis, the reader will become familiar with executable files. Part of the thesis is demonstration tool named "pein" that solves implementation of infection. In conclusion, the work deals with the malware analysis and detection techniques.

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