International Journal of Engineering Associates
The security aspects of cybernets are getting down day-by-day. One of the major issues is getting online password by guessing repeated attacks. The existing systems like Brute force and dictionary attacks provided well solutions but failed in remote login services as well Automated Turing Tests are cost effective to the users. In this paper, the authors used the concepts of Password Guessing Resistant Protocol (PGRP) to overcome the above mentioned. The objective is to fix limits for the login attacks from unknown remote users. They also attempted to analyze the performance of PGRP with other real world data sets and concluded it as more promising than existing proposals.