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4:20 AM
@m0_as Simply by searching in Google Scholar if found this link: krishisanskriti.org/vol_image/02Jul20150507036.pdf The paper seems to be freely available there.
But downloading it using the trick from the post worked too - I used the command d:\wget\wget --referer http://scholar.google.com "http://www.academia.edu/download/52892295/A_Survey_on_Detection_of_Byzantine_an‌​d_Resource_Consumption_Attacks.pdf"
 
 
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7:24 AM
where do you write that command?
 
Well, in the command line, but you need to have wget on your computer.
Are you working under unix/linux or win? Or MacOS?
 
I work with MacOS
 
Oh, I have never used mac.
 
So there is not any way to find a direct downloadable link for the paper?
similar to what you mentioned exist for some papers in google
 
But Wikipedia says that: "Wget has been ported to Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, OpenVMS, HP-UX, MorphOS and AmigaOS."
 
7:29 AM
Yes, I think wget also works for MacOS
 
@m0_as For this specific paper I have already posted a link: krishisanskriti.org/vol_image/02Jul20150507036.pdf
 
Yes, I know about that one
I am just curious whether there is any way? Why google gives direct link for some papers?
 
And if you want to download from academia, the link academia.edu/download/52892295/… works, but you will have to "pretend" that you come from google scholar, since academia.edu checks the http referer.
That is what I used wget for. They are probably many different ways how to do that.
 
I see
thanks
 
And the link I used for wget I got from the page you linked.
I followed the advice given in the answer where you commented.
I found in the source of the page doc_id: 52892295 and redirect: "https://www.academia.edu/32733970/A_Survey_on_Detection_of_Byzantine_and_Resour‌​ce_Consumption_Attacks?auto=download".
I manually changed the url to http://www.academia.edu/download/52892295/A_Survey_on_Detection_of_Byzantine_an‌​d_Resource_Consumption_Attacks.pdf.
 

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