Secure and Energy Efficient Mobile Payment Protocol
Electronic commerce has become integral part of business operation and individual person's life. It is easy, fast and reliable way of money transfer. However, with new technology security related issues have increased drastically. In this research, we have proposed secured payment protocol using self-certified key generation method. To measure performance of used payment procedure in payment application, one should understand flaws in depth in payment application. This research analyzes the security related issues of application and proposed new secure and energy efficient payment protocol (SEEMPP). We applied the reverse engineering method to inspect the risks related to social engineering attacks. Furthermore, we proposed an energy-efficient model to improve energy efficiency for payment application. This results in a better payment application which will gain customers trust and will increase e-commerce business.
2018 IEEE Long Island Systems, Applications and Technology Conference
Khaskheli, M. A.,
Khan, M. J.,
Ilyas, A. M.
(2018). Secure and Energy Efficient Mobile Payment Protocol. 2018 IEEE Long Island Systems, Applications and Technology Conference.
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