Network Security with Virtual Reality based Antivirus Protection and Reduced Detection Delays

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Chunna Song
Jinfang Cheng
Guoqiu Zhang


Addressing the persistent delay problem in traditional network security antivirus protection systems, this paper introduces an innovative approach utilizing virtual reality (VR) technology. The primary objective is to significantly reduce detection delays and enhance the efficiency of network security measures. An enhanced decision-making algorithm is proposed to identify relevant features associated with network security. These features are then weighted and optimized to improve the overall detection process. An injection list is generated through web crawling techniques to strengthen security measures. A virtual protection block is also developed to serve as a barrier against potential threats. The proposed method claims a detection delay of only 75.33 milliseconds, significantly outperforming two traditional methods that recorded 290.11 milliseconds and 337.30 milliseconds, respectively. This substantial decrease in detection delay emphasizes the effectiveness of automatic detection within the context of VR technology. Practical implementation and empirical evidence further validate the success of this approach. The automatic detection of network security vulnerabilities within the VR technology framework is efficient and exhibits considerable progress. As such, this research offers a promising solution to the delay problem in network security antivirus protection. Embracing VR technology achieves shorter detection delays, ultimately improving the security posture of network systems.


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Special Issue - Next generation Pervasive Reconfigurable Computing for High Performance Real Time Applications