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Research Paper | Computer Science & Engineering | India | Volume 5 Issue 10, October 2016
A Dual Security Mandate for Financial Institutions for Stemming from Cyber Attacks
D. Sophia Navis Mary | Monikka Reshmi Sethurajan 
Abstract: CaPRP a dual security mandate offers a low-cost protection and usefulness and looks to healthy well with a few sensible programs for growing online protection primitives are supported onerous mathematical issues. Mistreatment arduous AI problems for security is growing as associate in Nursing interesting new paradigm, however has been underexplored. An essential challenge in protection is to shape crypto common sense primitives supported difficult mathematical troubles which can be computationally uncontrollable. in this paper usually tend to endorse an alternative protection primitive supported laborious AI problems, especially a completely unique own family of graphical countersign systems engineered on high of poser technology, that we have a tendency to desire- Puzzle as graphical passwords (CaPRP) scheme. CaPRP is both a Puzzle and a graphical countersign problem matter. CaPRP addresses form of protection problems altogether, cherish online guesswork assaults, relay attacks and if combined with twin-view technologies, shoulder-surfing attacks, significantly a CaPRP countersign might be decided completely and probabilistically computerized via on line guesswork assaults despite the fact that the countersign is inside the are seeking set. CaPRP conjointly gives a completely unique approach to cope with the well-known photograph hotspot drawback in stylish graphical countersign systems making use of PassPoints that always effects in vulnerable countersign choices.
Keywords: CaPRP Common Address Public Redundancy Protocol CAPTCHA Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart, DoS Denial of Service, DDoS Distributed Denial of Service, SYN Synchronous, GPU Graphics Processing Unit, AI Artificial Intelligence
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 10, October 2016,
Pages: 272 - 276