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Review on Social Media Security Based on one-Time Password and Biometric System

@inproceedings{Karmel2017ReviewOS,
  title={Review on Social Media Security Based on one-Time Password and Biometric System},
  author={Dr. Karmel and N Gulshan.A.},
  year={2017}
}
Social media is notable destinations amongst young people and older folks. This suggests it is consistently used for both systole and diastole purposes. Understanding which sorts of direct constitute web based systems administration bugging can help you and your child perceive if he or she has transformed into a setback so that their lead can be dealt with appropriately. The impact of the problem is also drastically increasing .To prevent from such problems we can implement a biometric security… 

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