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Trustworthy Coordination of Web Services Atomic Transaction for Net Banking

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Author(s): Supriya Kurian | Ramya. G. Franklin

Journal: The SIJ Transactions on Computer Science Engineering & its Applications
ISSN 2321-2373

Volume: 01;
Issue: 01;
Start page: 25;
Date: 2013;
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Keywords: Atomic Transactions | Authentication | Byzantine Agreement | Encryption | Message Authentication Code | Security | Web Services

ABSTRACT
Nowadays, in net banking sector they use 2PC protocol. But, it is problematic for single site failures. We have used the formal model of distributed commit protocols in the process algebra mCRL2. We applied this method to the Three-Phase Commit protocol and proved that it is erroneous for simultaneous site failures. For the security of transaction SOAP protocol is used. In this, user will enter their user id, password and one-time password for accessing their account. They can view all their transactions across all branches of Net Bank locations online and do transactions within the bank network. By using this, it is possible to make the transaction more fast and can reduce interruption. It will also protect the WS-AT (Web Service-Atomic Transaction) services. Useful for business applications based on transactional Web Services that require a high degree of dependability, security and trust.
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