Detection and Classification of Malicious Websites


Students, Shubhankar, Siddhartha Bhaumik, Prakash Biswagar, Professor
Dept of Electronics and Communication, R.V. College of Engineering, Bangalore, India.


Phishing is quite possibly the most appealing technique used by attackers in the point of taking the individual subtleties of unsuspected individuals. Phishing sites are essentially tricks that are used by data fraud hoodlums and fakes. They use spam, fake sites made to look like the first sites, email, and direct messages to trick somebody into sharing significant information, like passwords and secret information. New enemies of phishing techniques are coming out each day, yet attackers think of new ways by focusing on all the new enemies of phishing techniques. So there is an earnest requirement for new strategies for the expectation of phishing sites. The paper portrays the correlation models in the classification of phishing sites for expectation utilizing distinctive Machine learning models. Different models are used for predicting which model gives the best exactness in phishing site classification. All the information is classified as either Benign for substantial Websites or Phish as Phishing Websites. Results have generated that show RF gives the best performance on this dataset for the classification of phishing sites.