IJMTES – PRIVACY PRESERVING AND USER IDENTITY TRACKING SYSTEM AT CYBER CAFE

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : K Dhivya | Prof T JebaMoses  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 04 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 38-40

Abstract – Now-a- days the Cyber bistro’s plays an essential part in Internet. Any illegal activities happen in and around the urban areas.  The digital bistro in charge don’t have any detail about the user who enter   into the digital bistro .  To keep away from these issues to the legislature needs to take an activity to control the digital bistro as concentrated one. This application makes all the digital bistro to gather in less than one tree. Utilizing this application all bistro can be added to the database and the administrator of that bistro is given by an id and password. Utilizing that id and password the subtle elements of the bistro can be kept up by the administrator like framework information and client data. To track a client details are stored in database with an  id verification. After enlistment of the client the admin is given by an id . This id is broadly remarkable. Since it is an exceptional id the clients ID can be checked broadly in any digital café’s. So the clients need not to convey the id proofs while they go for cafe.

Keywords— Cyber cafe; User Identity; User Validation 

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