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Enhance Security for Authentication

Ankush S; Vinayprasad M S

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Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering and Sciences Publication(BEIESP)

An enhanced security for authentication is defined because it is vital that authentication is an extremely important crucial robust process for each user to access any of the applications. Magnificent growth and usage of the internet raise agitate about the way to communicate, protect data and sensitive information safely. In today's world hackers use differing types of attacks in order to acquire valuable information. Many of the attacks are primarily used to get into an application to steal the credentials followed by internal information of the users. The first thing of security is defined in three terms. i.e., confidentiality, integrity and availability. Confidentiality can protect information from unauthorized access and exploiting of sensitive data. Integrity measures protect information from unauthorized alteration. Whereas availability so as for a data system to be useful it must be available to authorized users. The most objective of this paper is to supply information about confidentiality in terms of multifactor authentication. Confidentiality plays a serious role in terms of authentication. Authentication is the process of proving or showing to be true. This includes confidentiality and integrity. The improved security for authentication is additionally known for multifactor authentication for the users. This multifactor authentication is implemented for an android application using a visual-picture login technique to access the an application.

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