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    Security is that the degree of protection to safeguard a nation, union of states, persons or person against

    danger, damage, loss, and crime. Security as a type of protection is structures and processes that give or

    improve security as a condition. Increasing security is most significant issue since internet development came

    into existence. Static passwords or text primarily based passwords aren't enough to counter such issues.

    Therefore, this demands the requirement for one thing safer in conjunction with being a lot of easy. Therefore,

    we've got tried to extend the protection by involving a 3-level security approach, involving text primarily based

    Authentication at Level one, Image primarily based Authentication at Level two, and automatic generated one-

    time password (received through an automatic email to the authentic user) at Level three. In second level the

    use of distinctive image set within the IBA System Authentication plays a vital role in protective resources

    against unauthorized and smuggled use.

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