IJMTES – DETECTION OF COMPROMISED ACCOUNTS USING DEEP NEURAL NETWORK

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

Paper Title : DETECTION OF COMPROMISED ACCOUNTS USING DEEP NEURAL NETWORK

Author’s Name : G Aishwaryaa | M Chowmiya | J Santhiyaunnamed

Volume 04 Issue 03 2017

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 108-111

Abstract – Millions of internet users are attracted by a more popular communication and collaboration tools called as Online Social Networks (OSNs). The malicious OSN attackers and spammers used compromised accounts to attack the OSNs. So the compromised accounts were identified by using a set of social behavioral features that characterize the user social activities on OSNs. Then user behavioral feature metrics are combined to devise the user’s social behavioral profile. In the base work, two step processes is carried out to find the compromised accounts, they are calculating Euclidean distance and Euclidean norm. The main drawback is user need to provide threshold to differentiate the legitimate and attacker profiles. To overcome this limitation, we proposed a new approach in which we prepare the training data and classify using the deep neural network algorithm. The deep neural network classified the accounts as normal account and compromised account based on the six introversive and extroversive behavior of OSN users. Finally the experimental results are conducted to show the improvement of proposed methodology in terms of detection error rate and accuracy.

KeywordsOnline Social Network, Compromised Account, Deep Neural Network, User Behavior

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