A Technique for Web Security Using Mutual Authentication and Clicking-Cropping Based Image Captcha Technology
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The major motto of my research is to develop a technique for web security using mutual authentication and clicking and cropping based image CAPTCHA technology. In our technique, we use two sections as registration and login. To create an account to use the application we use the registration section and to access the application we use the login section. We set five mandatory fields to login the application. The mandatory fields we give in login section should similar to the mandatory fields we gave while registration. The mandatory fields are checked with respect to the user id. The mandatory fields we set are user id, password, selecting image, number of clicks on image and cropping image. If the fields are same in the login section and registration section for a particular user id, the system will allow the user to access the application. Here, we incorporate three different features than the usual login section in the applications. The different features are selecting an image from a set of images and doing number clicks on that selected image and cropping a portion in that image. Our technique enhances the web security because of these added features.
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