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