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Prevention Technique from Hackers and Trackers in on-line-Transactions

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Computer Science B.B.A. University (A central University), Lucknow, INDIA

Res. J. Recent Sci., Volume 4, Issue (IVC-2015), Pages 53-59, (2015)


With the advancement of electronic commerce technology and the use of credit card and other types of on-line–transaction facilities has increased in present modern era. In electronic commerce system, credit card is the most prominent idea due to development of the information technology around the wide world. Offline and online both accepted mode are used in present time. Credit card and on-line–transactions is becoming most common payment mode for providing cashless shopping in all over countries or world. It will be provide a convenient approach for online purchasing, payment bills etc. As becoming credit is convenient way for purchasing, fraud are also rising similar way. To distinguish fraud and genuine customer in such extremely sparse data environment is becoming more and more challenging. This paper provides the Prevention Technique from Hackers and Trackers in on-line-Transactions and verification also. To detect the fraud on credit card as well as other on line facilities which are provided by the different companies or organizations is significant for companies and their customers. It has not been prevented fraudulent transaction form being exonerated and the company must gain this type of the financial value of transaction. To minimize penalty of companies that is associated with higher cost and its interest rates also cause of unauthorized access


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