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  • November 25, 2010

Network Security Management on the NetBeans Platform

Geertjan Wielenga
Product Manager
Time for another YANPA. Armorlog VPCSML (Variable Proprietary Character Set Multilayered Login) is an innovative server side solution for securing user network login credentials using a proprietary coding system with unique numbering and character sets that protects users falling victim to attempts to steal their user codes, e.g., phishing & vishing attacks.

The system also protects networks against more traditional forms of attack such as keyboard logging and all known forms of password cracking and guessing. The system incorporates measures to assist in protecting users from being inconvenienced by DOS attacks and will render malware attacks on client side devices ineffective. If implemented correctly, the system can also be used to deter sharing of logon credentials.

The Armorlog Administration Module leverages the NetBeans Platform:

The next screenshot shows the Network Administrator Settings, which is for partitioning access to user logon credentials from operational staff administering the credentials:

Finally, here's the Proprietary Character Set Master Table Management Module:

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