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In the next issues of FBIM Transactions, among others, we will publish:
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  1. Zoran Cekerevac, Zdenek Dvorak, Ludmila Prigoda, and Petar Cekerevac
    MAN-IN-THE-MIDDLE ATTACKS AND INTERNET OF THINGS

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  2. Boris Bursac and Stanislav Glumac
    AGRARIAN REFORM IN RUSSIA IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY AND ITS IMPACT ON THE RUSSIAN ECONOMY

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MAN-IN-THE-MIDDLE ATTACKS AND INTERNET OF THINGS

Zoran Cekerevac
Zdenek Dvorak
Ludmila Prigoda
Petar Cekerevac

Accepted for publishing: 18.02.2017

Abstract
A rapid development of computers and computer software are some of the causes of the security vulnerabilities that allow attackers to successfully carry out attacks on information systems of their users. The massive spread of the Internet of Things will make a greater difference between the current understanding of the Internet, which is reflected in the "dot-com", "social networks" and web of "experience", and the new Internet that will enable new and revolutionary applications with the potential to significantly improve the quality of life. Given that different devices have come with embedded computer components and connectivity to the Internet, and the possibilities of mutual communication, it is realistic they will be exposed to some variants of attacks that have been seen in practice so far. This paper analyzes some aspects of the "man in the middle" attacks related to the Internet of things. After a short introductory presentation on the Internet of things and "man-in-the-middle" attack, the paper presents the technology of this attack, as well as the benefits that an attacker could have from a successful attack. Also, here are shown some known examples of successful attacks, the economic consequences of such attacks, as well as some of the ways of protection against these and similar attacks. The conclusion shows the summary of the whole analysis together with the assumptions on the future development of the Internet of things and the possible attacks on the connected devices.

Keywords:
Internet of things, man-in-the-middle, IT, Internet, eavesdropping, ARP poisoning, DNS spoofing, SSL hijacking

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AGRARIAN REFORM IN RUSSIA IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY AND ITS IMPACT ON THE RUSSIAN ECONOMY

Boris Bursac
Stanislav Glumac


Accepted for publishing: 17.10.2016

Abstract
With absolute right, we can say that the nineteenth century for Russia represents a period enactment of crucial laws – reforms with only one goal and that is to modernize the sleeping Russian Empire. Although Russia during this period was a feudal state, the nobility still has the final word as serfs bear the yoke of progress. Western European countries are largely in the process of industrialization while the Russian Empire, with a significant role in world events of the nineteenth century, retains serfdom and thereby slows its further progress. Thanks to its natural resources, Russia survives by supplying Western European industry with raw materials. Yet that was not enough, Russia has begun increasingly economically lagging Western European countries what would later create problems and shake the Empire. Next date that marked Russian history is 1861. year of the abolition of serfdom in Russia and this will be the central subject of analysis in this work. This work represents one overview of a period in which Russia started to wake up from their winter sleep, the period of the reign of the most progressive Russian Tsar Alexander II Romanov and above all, a period in which everything is reduced to one of Hamlet's question to deteriorate or stand. Also, we will examine the situation of the Russian economy today and its thorny road of survival under the sanctions of the international community.

Keywords:
Russia, reforms, the abolition of serfdom, Alexander II, economic development

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