Adding a few pages to existing paper


You need to add more information to existing paper uploaded with the order. The file is called original.doc. For the description of the service (and other domain specific information) you can use stuff you find on, but make sure there is no direct copying of text and other plagiarism. Added text must be totally inline with text that is already there, and must not contradict already written text. Make sure to address absolutely every point in the following list. You need to add 10 pages to paper and address following concerns (make sure to spend pages wisely so that about 3 pages are spend on A, 3 on B, and 3 on C):

(in method section make use of the reference attached)

a)(in results section) provide a more detailed description of the actual solution which you have constructed. The current solution description is so minimalistic that I cannot see how any other researcher / designer could really implement that. (It would also help e.g. to report about details of the construction process how you ended up with the solution – how much work did it take, was it your sole development or were you the main architect etc….)…how another researcher could try to construct the same thing? (and how much work could that take?)

b) Provide a really clear illustration about how you have tested your construction (even if it is a "proof of concept" -> what kind of tests really "prove" your concept?) – how could another research end up to see that your concept/solution is really "proven"?

This does not really show from your current version.

c)(in discussin section) It remains unclear, how your solution really CONTRIBUTES to the previous middleware / MoM solutions? (or, especially architectures / theories of those). If you have implemented and tested "yet another" middleware solution -> it is a good thesis, but not "very good" or "excellent". To become that level of thesis, you should be able to compare your solution to relevant other similar kinds of middleware solutions (or those who are closest) and really be able to tell in light of the relevant criteria (while you argue, why those criteria are the most important to evaluate your solution) why your solution is new or "better than the previous" (or… what aspects in your solutions really are new, which no other middleware has implemented before)?
As a detail, you mention that your actual "criteria" why your design would be good would be something related to "cost-effectiveness", but still "secure" solution. However, you develop little what you actually mean by cost-effectiveness – compared to what? In general, if you claim that your construct is better (or new), you need a discussion about the "hitherto best competing approach / design", which is lacking from this… as well as really illustration how you have tested the criteria which you take up in the "theory part" of your thesis.


Making secure transaction on the World Wide Web has become a challenge. Everyday people come up with new vindictive schemes and programs to gain illegal access into accounts and transactions. Nobody is secure online. Hackers and criminals have been able to break complicated codes and security systems and this presents a huge challenge to all web users today. This paper attempts to identify problems in facilitating secure transactions and possible solutions.

The World Wide Web has grown to envelope the whole world. Today the World Wide Web is used to exchange information, make transactions and carry on innumerable activities. A huge segment of the world population has online presence. The World Wide Web has become a part of our daily lives be it home or at work. Many businesses of all sizes have an online presence. In fact, these businesses also facilitate online purchases and delivery orders.

Online transactions are increasingly becoming common in all parts of the world. The World Wide Web has opened new avenues for sales, marketing and promotion. Businesses have been able to expand through their online existence and reach out to distant customers. Businesses can expand online and improve customer service through increase security for transaction processing. Businesses face a real challenge on building trust online. According to Srinivasan (2004) this trust includes quality, customer service, information, product and information and transactional security.