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Review Papers | Computer Science & Engineering | India | Volume 3 Issue 9, September 2014

A Review of Anti Phishing Framework based on Visual Cryptography

D. N. Rewadkar, Asmita D. Abhyankar

With the overwhelming use of the internet in the field of E Commerce and online trade, internet attacks has been increased from last decade. Among the different internet attacks, phishing is most popular attack. Phishing is technique to steal someones sensitive information such as passwords, account details, or credit card numbers. Fake websites are the basic source of phishing attacks.The appearance of fake website is very similar to the original one. Moreover, malicious web sites, which look very similar to original one, are used to impersonate the victims sensitive information. Thus different ways are presented by various researchers to overcome the problem of phishing. In this paper, a novel anti phishing framework is proposed to overcome these problems

Keywords: Phishing, visual cryptography

Edition: Volume 3 Issue 9, September 2014

Pages: 659 - 661


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D. N. Rewadkar, Asmita D. Abhyankar, "A Review of Anti Phishing Framework based on Visual Cryptography", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=SEP14164, Volume 3 Issue 9, September 2014, 659 - 661

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Background Globally, 2.6 (2.5 - 2.8) million newborns died in 2016 i.e. nearly 7, 000 every day. In India, around 25 million babies are born every year. India contributes to one-fifth of global live births and more than a quarter of neonatal deaths. Five countries accounted for half of all newborn deaths including India. NFHS 4 data suggests that neonatal mortality rate (NMR) declined to 30 deaths per 1, 000 live births. Methods Present observational study was conducted at district hospital, Gadchiroli. Study period was 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2018. All the admitted babies to NICU were included into study. Data was collected by interview method using a predesigned, semi-structured questionnaire. Various morbidities and reasons for mortality were included. Results There were total 4068 admission during study period. There was slightly higher admission rate for Males 2251 (55.33 %) than females 1817 (44.67 %). Pre-term admissions were 1627 (40.00 %). Majority of admissions were due to Low birth weight 2387 (58.68 %). Conclusions In the study duration, total 4068 NICU admissions took place. Out of these, 459 (11.28 %) died. Moderate-Severe Birth Asphyxia, Sepsis were accounting for morbidities. The preterm and low birth weight babies had significantly high mortality even with standard intensive care.