|International Journal of Applied Information Systems|
|Foundation of Computer Science (FCS), NY, USA|
|Volume 4 - Number 4|
|Year of Publication: 2012|
|Authors: Saunak Mitra, Sarit Hati, Diganta Sengupta, Indraneel Datta, Pratim Sinha Roy, Soumyanil Banerjee|
Saunak Mitra, Sarit Hati, Diganta Sengupta, Indraneel Datta, Pratim Sinha Roy, Soumyanil Banerjee . Design and Implementation of an Open Ended Automated Vault Security System. International Journal of Applied Information Systems. 4, 4 ( October 2012), 13-18. DOI=10.5120/ijais12-450687
It has always been in human nature that he tends to keep his prized possession in a secured place, a place where he thinks it would be safe from the rest of the world. The technical knowledge of man has increased exponentially with time leading to breakthroughs in modern security system. As every domain has witnessed pros and cons, hence the modern technology has also given rise to unethical developments in the arena of technically advanced security systems. The proposed system in this paper has been developed keeping in mind the vulnerabilities projected by the said technological advancement. A complex set of logic enhanced by competing software has been incorporated to design the work in concern. The said system has been termed as Open – Ended as the designated route to the vault is open for all to see, the trusted user as well as the trespassers. The beauty of the work is that even after knowing all the route combinations, only the authorized personnel can gain access to the vault. The novelty of the said work lies in the fact even if the authorized user is compromised by any means; he is bound to be trapped in the mesh structure surrounding the vault. The actual route to the vault is automatically generated by the software in a random manner, hence making it completely unpredictable for anyone, the creator of the system also, to predict the next accessible route to the vault through the mesh.