Rajendra Gupta

Work place: BSSS Autonomous College, Barkatullah University, Bhopal - 462024, India

E-mail: rajendragupta1@yahoo.com


Research Interests: Applied computer science, Computer systems and computational processes, Computer Networks, Theoretical Computer Science


Mr. Rajendra Gupta has completed Master degree in Information Technology, M.Phil and pursing Ph.D. (Computer Science). He has published 8 research papers in International Journals, 3 research papers in National Conferences and completed one research project. At present he is working as an Assistant Professor in Department of Computer Applications, BSSS Autonomous College, Bhopal for last eight years and Member of the various Academic Bodies.

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Experimental Analysis of Browser based Novel Anti-Phishing System Tool at Educational Level

By Rajendra Gupta Piyush Kumar Shukla

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijitcs.2016.02.10, Pub. Date: 8 Feb. 2016

In the phishing attack, the user sends their confidential information on mimic websites and face the financial problem, so the user should be informed immediately about the visiting website. According to the Third Quarter Phishing Activity Trends Report, there are 55,282 new phishing websites have been detected in the month of July 2014. To solve the phishing problem, a browser based add-on system may be one of the best solution to aware the user about the website type. In this paper, a novel browser based add-on system is proposed and compared its performance with the existing anti-phishing tools. The proposed anti-phishing tool 'ePhish' is compared with the existing browser based anti-phishing toolbars. All the anti-phishing tools have been installed in computer systems at an autonomous college to check their performance. The obtained result shows that if the task is divided into a group of systems, it can give better results. For different phishing features, the add-on system tool show around 97 percentage successful results at different case conditions. The current study would be very helpful to countermeasure the phishing attach and the proposed system is able to protect the user by phishing attacks. Since the system tool is capable of handling and managing the phishing website details, so it would be helpful to identify the category of the websites.

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Performance Analysis of Anti-Phishing Tools and Study of Classification Data Mining Algorithms for a Novel Anti-Phishing System

By Rajendra Gupta Piyush Kumar Shukla

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijcnis.2015.12.08, Pub. Date: 8 Nov. 2015

The term Phishing is a kind of spoofing website which is used for stealing sensitive and important information of the web user such as online banking passwords, credit card information and user’s password etc. In the phishing attack, the attacker generates the warning message to the user about the security issues, ask for confidential information through phishing emails, ask to update the user’s account information etc. Several experimental design considerations have been proposed earlier to countermeasure the phishing attack. The earlier systems are not giving more than 90 percentage successful results. In some cases, the system tool gives only 50-60 percentage successful result. In this paper, a novel algorithm is developed to check the performance of the anti-phishing system and compared the received data set with the data set of existing anti-phishing tools. The performance evaluation of novel anti-phishing system is studied with four different classification data mining algorithms which are Class Imbalance Problem (CIP), Rule based Classifier (Sequential Covering Algorithm (SCA)), Nearest Neighbour Classification (NNC), Bayesian Classifier (BC) on the data set of phishing and legitimate websites. The proposed system shows less error rate and better performance as compared to other existing system tools.

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