Online Hybrid Model for Fraud Prevention (OHM-P): Implementation and Performance Evaluation

Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 249)

Abstract

Online Hybrid Model (OHM) approach effectively prevents, detects and eliminates the online frauds. OHM consists of two approaches: i) OHM-P which is for prevention of online frauds; ii) OHM-D which is for detection of online frauds and eliminates the detected frauds. OHM works in three layer infrastructure which comprises user, OHM systems, and web-server. Thus, an OHM system provides the secure interface for the user and web-server interaction. In this paper we have implemented the OHM-P approach using JAVA modules which provides registration interface for both user and web-server. We have evaluated our OHM-P approach on a 5-user nodes, 2-web-server, and 1-OHM system based testbed, and analyzed the OHM-P approach using security and robustness as the performance parameters.

Keywords

OHM-D Fraud Prevention Detection 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Computer Science and EngineeringJaypee University of Information TechnologyDistt. SolanIndia

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