Subhash Chander

Work place: Govt. P.G. College,Sec-14, Karnal (Haryana), India



Research Interests: Application Security, Hardware Security, Information Security, Network Security, Information-Theoretic Security


Subhash Chander: has been working as Assistant Professor in Govt. P.G. College, Karnal Haryana (India). He is a member of Computer Society of India (CSI) and Internet Society (ISOC). He has been a resource person for the Edusat Programme of Haryana Govt. for college students since its inception. He has published more than thirty papers in various Journals and National and International Conferences. The author‘s major fields of study include ICT, e-governance and security. Author can be contacted at

Author Articles
Vulnerabilities in Academic E-governance Portals

By Subhash Chander Ashwani Kush

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Mar. 2013

Internet has become one of the most versatile sources of information and on the other way it has become source of various security threats. Various existing vulnerabilities in the web portals are compromised easily by hackers sitting at their places. There are so many vulnerabilities available in various websites in case of government sectors may be because of financial constraints or other. E-government is a new fast growing area in developing as well as in developed countries. New e-governance applications are emerging and being implemented and utilized by the common man. Providing government information and services on the web has resulted in mushrooming of websites with very little attention is paid to security issues of these websites. This paper discusses certain security issues & vulnerabilities in websites of educational institutes. The organizations taken into consideration are educational institutes of Haryana.

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Web Portal Analysis of Asian Region Countries

By Subhash Chander Ashwani Kush

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Aug. 2012

The number of online services provided by Government and private sectors is increasing these days. On the same pattern various countries have their own portals to provide basic services to the citizens and other people of the world. Analysis of portals in Asia is the main theme of the paper. There are various indicators or attributes necessary for the implementation of e-services .Some of the indicators may be frequency of use of services, number of users, visitors, site hits, searchable option, accessibility, language option, performance, functionality, broken links, traffic analysis, and feedback. Out of these metrics taken into consideration here are Traffic analysis, feedback, accessibility, security and language option. The countries taken into consideration are India, China and Pakistan. Web portals of these countries will be analyzed in detail.

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