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This e-book constitutes the refereed complaints of the twenty fourth IFIP TC eleven foreign info safety convention, SEC 2009, held in Pafos, Cyprus, in may possibly 2009.

The 38 revised complete papers provided have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 176 submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on id and authentication, threats and assaults, functions of cryptography and data hiding, depended on computing, defense regulations, validation, verification and review, privateness defense and safety evaluate, position mining and content material defense, protection protocols, entry keep an eye on, and net and internet purposes security.

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These methods are demanding in hardware and time resources, because they use combinations of speech recognition methods. Moreover, they do not focus on how quick they reach a result but on how correct the result is. ) • Such bots are easy to implement: Frequency and energy peak detection bots are comparatively easy to implement using open-source software. • Such bots require limited time to solve a CAPTCHA: Fast CAPTCHA solving is required because most services leave a small time frame for their users to solve the tests (5-15 sec), especially if VoIP services are considered.

X ≤ 1 and x ≤ pˆu . Since pˆu = c −c c f −cu 2(g+cu ) + 2x ≥ x, we have c f ≥ cu (1 + x) + g · x, or equivalently g ≤ f x u − cu. e. also in this case phishing is not profitable. Acknowledgement. Many thanks to Jim Fenton and Nathaniel (Nathan) Borenstein for their extremely detailed and helpful feedback, and to Ahmad Jbara, who participated in early discussions about this research. Thanks also to Haya Shulman for her assistance. This work was supported by Israeli Science Foundation grant ISF 1014/07.

E) Stage 1 (4 digits). (f) Stage 2 (4 digits). (g) Stage 3 (4 digits). (h) Stage 5 (4 digits). Fig. 5. Audio files’ waveforms in implementation stages During Stage 2, the audio CAPTCHA were produced by using 7 different announcers. Each digit was pronounced by a randomly selected announcer. This modification affected the success of the bot, but it mainly depended on the training set. When a larger training set was provided in the case of 4-digit audio CAPTCHA, the bot was able to maintain a relatively high success rate.

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