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Design of remote control system for data protection and backup in mobile devices

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2 Author(s)
Inwhee Joe ; Division of Computer Science and Engineering, Hanyang University ; Yoonsang Lee

Performance upgrades for mobile devices took place due to jumping development of technology, so high-performance terminals that anyone can directly search and amend desired information anywhere and anytime, namely, mobile communication terminals called Smartphone were released to the market. Such terminals can store information that an individual saved, for example, call log, where to make contact and address of acquaintances, transmit/receive message and mail, photographs and videos, etc., but there are worries on surreptitious use of other people due to leaking of personal information through loss or theft of these terminals, so our paper aims to realize a system that remotely controls information inside the terminals in this case. The proposed system consists of four functional units: a website provision unit playing a role of interface so that users can remotely control a terminal, a user confirmation unit that performs joiner confirmation information from a system of a mobile communication company joined after a user confirm oneself as the person oneself, an access management unit that sets access by transmitting an access code for initiating a remote control program if a person is confirmed as a real owner of the terminal, and finally a service execution unit that transmits a remote control service code and an environment setting value for remotely controlling a terminal to the terminal and receives a service completion code from the terminal.

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Interaction Sciences (ICIS), 2011 4th International Conference on

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16-18 Aug. 2011