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Peer 2 Peer System Using Sort

V. V.Sharma1 , R. B. Wagh2

1 Computer Engineering, R.C.Patel Institute of Technology, North Maharashtra University, Shirpur, India.
2 Computer Engineering, R.C.Patel Institute of Technology, North Maharashtra University, Shirpur, India.

Correspondence should be addressed to: vickyvsharma1989@gmail.com.

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Vol.5 , Issue.6 , pp.54-57, Dec-2017

CrossRef-DOI:   https://doi.org/10.26438/ijsrcse/v5i6.5457

Online published on Dec 31, 2017

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IEEE Style Citation: V. V.Sharma, R. B. Wagh, “Peer 2 Peer System Using Sort”, International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science and Engineering, Vol.5, Issue.6, pp.54-57, 2017.

MLA Style Citation: V. V.Sharma, R. B. Wagh "Peer 2 Peer System Using Sort." International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science and Engineering 5.6 (2017): 54-57.

APA Style Citation: V. V.Sharma, R. B. Wagh, (2017). Peer 2 Peer System Using Sort. International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science and Engineering, 5(6), 54-57.

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Abstract :
Peer 2 peer system act as both clients as well as server. This system exposes them to malicious activity. Without central server this system can share their files between them easily. To decrease the attacks of malicious peer the system builds trust between each other. A good peer always gives fair recommendations after uploading authentic files. Both service as well as recommendation attacked performed by malicious peer. Both service based attack as well as recommendation based attack are detect by Self Organizing Trust Model (SORT). To learn trust information of other peer, Peer send query to other peer that interacted in past. Any peer wants to download or upload file from another peer. So peer get recommendation from other node, Peer decides that the node is good or malicious based on recommendation. Peer does not interact with node if it is found malicious but also separate the malicious node from the network. If node found good peer then both can interact with each other. A separate history of interactions for each acquaintance is stored by peer.

Key-Words / Index Term :
peer to peer system, trust, management, reputation, security

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