This project provides a LaTeX document class suitable for writing academic dissertations and thesis according to the formatting rules established by the Alberto Luiz Coimbra Institute for Graduate Studies and Research in Engineering (COPPE/UFRJ).
The 'coppe' class contains a minimalist set of macro commands which allows its users to create the required textual elements following the COPPE/UFRJ dissertation/thesis guidelines. Among these elements, there are a front cover, a title page, cataloging details, native and foreign languages abstracts, table of contents, and list of bibliographic references.
Although it is tied to the COPPE/UFRJ guidelines, it can be easily ported to other institutions.
This version follows the document:
Norma para a Elaboração Gráfica de Teses/Dissertações COPPE/UFRJ Aprovada pela CPGP em 15 de julho de 2008 Com correção no Anexo III, páginas 19 e 20, em 01/10/2009 (Revisada em 10/09/2010) (Revisada em 26/11/2019 – Alteração da Folha Aprovação, Anexo III, páginas 22 e 23)
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Vicente Helano, George O. Ainsworth Jr, Paulo Laranjeira da C. Lage, Eduardo Mangeli
Due to the widespread adoption of the internet and its services, protocols have been established and new ones arise every year. Either for securing connections, ciphering information or service authentication, protocols place an important part in network communications. The TCP/IP has become one of the ubiquitous protocol suites for secure communication, and therefore, a desirable target for covert information encapsulation. In this article, we will discuss the art of unauthorized data transfer - covert techniques - for data encapsulation in protocol data packets, emphasizing headers fields manipulation.