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Bharathi S, Abarna A, Arun Pandeeswaran RV, Akil G
» doi: 10.31838/ecb/2023.12.si6.468


Security is the process of safeguarding private data against unwanted access and change. Security concerns may jeopardize an organization's data storage by hackers with hostile motives attempting to obtain access to critical information. Currently, multiple authentications are unavoidable on mobile phones, systems, and online applications. However, the present system has shortcomings, like low optimization, weak security for varied attack rates, and also low accuracy. As a consequence, there is a need to create stronger security with layered authentication that overcomes the limits of current systems. Here, an enhanced security system with three-level authentication mechanisms for accessing biometric data bases is proposed. At the first level, the registration procedure utilizes three stages of numerical and textual passwords with an access key; at the second level, fingerprint authentication is applied; and at the third level, a random number code is provided to their email id. A random number is confirmed on the login screen and then logged in. The experimental process reveals that the suggested system offers greater security than the current solutions.

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