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Abstract

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While development of the Internet has contributed to the spread of online education, online exams have not been widely adopted. An online exam is defined here as one that takes place over the insecure Internet, and where no proctor is in the same location as the examinees. This paper proposes an enhanced secure online exam management environment mediate by group cryptography using remote monitoring and control of ports and input. The target domain of this paper is that of online exams for math or English contests in middle or high school, as well as exams in online university courses with students in remote locations.

Existing System:
One proposal for secure online exams was based on a secure exam protocol with an omnipotent central manager who controlled all the information for students, teachers, problem sheets, answer sheets, and grades. The weakness of this system was that the manager was assumed to be absolutely honest. Moreover, a restricted room was required for the exam, to prevent cheating. Previous Web-based approaches to online exams have highlighted easy accessibility and simplified exam management. However, authentication through only a user name and password can be the weak point in the security of online exams. Most modern online education uses Web-based commercial course management software such as WebCT, Blackboard, or software developed in-house. This software is not used widely for online exams, due to security vulnerabilities, and the system must rely on students’ honesty.

Proposed System:
The proposed SeCOnE(Security Control Onlie Exam) system software is divided into two parts depending on the role, that is, whether it is on the client side, or server side. The operating system of the examinees’ computers and the proctor’s computer is assumed to be Windows XP or Windows 2000. However, the program semantics are not confined to Windows because the APIs to control the examinee’s computer and to handle the multimedia data are also available in Linux and Unix environments. The SeCOnE systemprovides an easy and automated exam process. Also, because the system does not restrict the examinees’ location at the time the online exam is given, the system preserves accessibility. This is made possible through the e-monitoring and the enhanced security control in SeCOnE.

Modules:
1. Receiving Problems and Answers 2. Distributing Problems and Collecting Answer Sheets 3. Proctor Monitoring 4. Creation of Public and Private Keys by Group Agents 5. Secure Communication Using Symmetric Keys

Module Descriptions:
1. Receiving Problems and Answers: In this module, we make the scheduler host, which belongs to Exam Admin Group(EAG), to receive problems & answers from the examiner host in the same group. 2. Distributing Problems and Collecting Answer Sheets: The scheduler host, which belongs to EAG, distributes problems to and collects answer sheets from each examinee host. Here, each examinee belongs to Examinee Group. 3. Proctor Monitoring: The Proctor, which belongs to EAG, monitors each examinee and sends feedback to the scheduler. 4. Creation of Public and Private Keys by Group Agents; Group agents create public keys and private keys in order to enable inter communication among various group agents. The public keys are distributed by the group agents. 5. Secure Communication Using Symmetric Keys: To enable secure communication among group members, symmetric keys are used. The symmetric keys are created by Diffie-Hellman key exchange.

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