Security Aspects in Online Purchasing Applications

https://doi.org/10.24017/science.2017.3.9

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Authors

  • Kanar R. Tariq IT Dept, Technical College of Informatics, Sulaimani Polytechnic University, Sulaimani, Iraq
  • Ribwar Bakhtyar IT Dept, Technical College of Informatics, Sulaimani Polytechnic University, University of Human Development
  • David I. Forsyth Light wave Communication Research Group (LCRG), Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
  • Riyam A. Johni Computer Science Dept, Kurdistan Technical Institute, Sulaimaniyah, KRG, Iraq.

Abstract

Motivations to engage in retail shopping comprise both utilitarian and hedonic dimensions. Business to consumer e-commerce conducted via the mechanism of web-shopping offers an expanded opportunity for companies to create a cognitively and esthetical good shopping environment in ways not readily imitable in the no electronic shopping world. In this report the details key implementation aspects of a typical online purchasing system, hypothetically labeled SYSTEM X, and describe how it works - particularly regarding security issues. The report concludes with recommendations for users of similar online buying systems.

Keywords:

e-commerce, online shopping, security in online shopping, retail shopping.

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K. R. Tariq, R. Bakhtyar, D. I. Forsyth, and R. A. Johni, “Security Aspects in Online Purchasing Applications”, KJAR, vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 103–105, Aug. 2017, doi: 10.24017/science.2017.3.9.

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27-08-2017

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Pure and Applied Science