Lunodzo Justine Mwinuka
Lunodzo holds a Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology and Systems from Mzumbe University and a Master’s degree in Wireless and Mobile Computing obtained from the Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology in Tanzania. He currently serves as a Researcher at the University of Salento in Italy while also maintaining his teaching and research responsibilities at Mzumbe University in Tanzania.
Lunodzo has been actively engaged in the development of a distributed data storage tool for energy systems, with a primary focus on facilitating complex and distributed queries. His research is centred around the utilization of peer-to-peer architecture, explicitly emphasizing the super-peer architecture in pursuit of achieving the desired results.
FakeAP Detector: An Android-Based Client-Side Application for Detecting Wi-Fi Hotspot Spoofing Journal Article
In: IEEE Access, vol. 10, pp. 13611–13623, 2022.
Detection of username enumeration attack on ssh protocol: Machine learning approach Journal Article
In: Symmetry, vol. 13, no. 11, pp. 2192, 2021.