PHISHING WEBSITES DETECTION USING MACHINE LEARNING

    Tremendous resources are spent by organizations guarding against and recovering from cybersecurity attacks by online hackers who gain access to sensitive and valuable user data. Many cyber infiltrations are accomplished through phishing attacks where users are tricked into interacting with web pages that appear to be legitimate. In order to successfully fool a human user, these pages are designed to look like legitimate ones. Since humans are so susceptible to being tricked, automated methods of differentiating between phishing websites and their authentic counterparts are needed as an extra line of defense. The aim of this project is to develop these methods of defense utilizing various approaches to categorize websites. Specifically, we have developed a system that uses machine learning techniques to classify websites based on their URL. We used four classifiers: the decision tree, Naïve Bayesian classifier, support vector machine (SVM), and neural network. The classifiers were designed using Matlab and tested with a data set containing real world URLs(PhishTank).

Reference Paper: Phishing Websites Detection using Machine Learning
Author’s Name: Arun Kulkarni and, Leonard L. Brown
Source: IJACSA
Year:2019

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