“GRAB A JOB” Messenger Implementation for Making the Job Search Easier using the Secured XML Technologies

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Pamini Priya Chandra
Balamurugan Balusamy, Venkatakrishna.P


This paper analyses the implementation of a secured “grab a job†mobile instant messenger for the exchange of data and files for job
search activities. The secured information updates regarding the jobs matching the registered one’s profile, optimization and increased data
transmission rates are focused in this new system. The presence protocol, jabber allows executives to connect with any number of job seekers
profile and give them call for’s. Security throughout the system is provided by the xml based techniques of encryption and access control like
xml-enc and xacml. The facility of Timber database’s xml security provides security for job seekers profile maintenance. For every registered,
the data that matches with the executive’s requirements are analysed frequently using the algorithms and they are provided with instantaneous
updates of jobs available. Finally, this system allows a job seeker to register for jobs in real time, to get live messages from executives with
procedural analysis, collaborating in groups thus getting guidance from peers who got placed and security on top of all the layers of this system
with supported job search accounts.


Keyword: job search, access control, xml security,real time, procedural analysis


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