An Efficient Web Security System Using Optimal Monarch Authentication and Cryptography Technology

Gurpreet Kaur and Dr. Dinesh Rai

The main objective of the proposed methodology is to improve a method for internet safety utilizing optimal verification with encryption methodology. The proposed system focuses on identifying malicious clients and gives protected validation by enabling access to approved people. The system consist of two phases namely registration and login. In registration process, the client registered the details to server and to access the website the client uses the login process. In registration step initially the user enters all the details to the server, the server generate some random images for user, from that random image the user select the images and needs to encrypt the selected image by means of encryption algorithm. For encryption, Homomorphic Encryption (HE) is utilized. Next the encrypted image is put away alongside the enlistment subtleties in the information base of the server. In login, in the wake of entering the client details, the server generates some images optimally beside through the image designated through the registering for user authentication using Monarch Butterfly Algorithm (MBA). Then, the selected image is encrypted. Finally the similarity between the encrypted image throughout login as well as the outcome deposited in the information improper is calculated. If the similarity is high, the server provides the password link for the user or else if the similarity is low, it does not provide access to the web page. The presentation of the planned work is estimated by various presentation methods.

Volume 11 | 12-Special Issue

Pages: 555-567

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V11SP12/20193251