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A NEW SECURITY CONCERN: CAPTCHA AS GRAPHICAL PASSWORD


Author : Laxmi Kosariya, Prof. Kailash Patidar, Narendra Sharma
[ Volume No.:V, Issue No.IV-July 2016] [Page No : 643-645] [2016]

Numerous security primitives depend on hard scientific issues. Utilizing hard AI issues for security is rising as an energizing new worldview, however has been under-investigated. In this paper, we show another security primitive taking into account hard AI issues, in particular, a novel group of graphical secret key frameworks based on top of Captcha innovation, which we call Captcha as graphical passwords (CaRP). CaRP is both a Captcha and a graphical secret word plan. CaRP addresses various security issues inside and out, for example, web speculating assaults, transfer assaults, and, if joined with double view innovations, shoulder-surfing assaults. Outstandingly, a CaRP secret word can be discovered just probabilistically via programmed internet speculating assaults regardless of the fact that the watchword is in the inquiry set. CaRP likewise offers a novel way to deal with location the understood picture hotspot issue in mainstream graphical secret key frameworks, for example, Pass Points, that regularly prompts powerless watchword decisions. CaRP is not a panacea, but rather it offers sensible security and ease of use and seems to fit well with some viable applications for enhancing online security.

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