A Cross Interaction Framework For Protecting Online Social Networks: Challenges & Practices

K. Arumugam, Dr. V. Palanisamy


Social networking sites such as Facebook, twitter and orkut have millions of users. Millions of people are posting articles, photos to interact with other people. Visual representations of the social networks are important to understand the network data and convey the result of the analysis. Visualization often also facilitates qualitative interpretation of network data. But the sharing and interaction are limited within a same social network site. In this paper we have discussed to rectify the problem using a cross-site interaction framework. In future we are going to propose an algorithm to enhance the performance of the correlation of two wireless intrusion techniques (WIDTS) in detecting Denial of Service (DOS) attacks.

Keywords: Social networks, Cross-site interaction, Collaborative filtering, Social network site.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v4i8.1787


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