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Online Banking System Project in Java

January 11, 2012

 The main aim of this Online Banking System Application is to provide easiest & secure facilities to the banking customers, The advantage of this online banking method is to reduce the man power & time consumption.

The Introduction of this Online Banking System Project in Java gives you the opportunity to provide your reader with an overview of the document. Firstly, introduce the project information like requirements; secondly, outline the key areas to be covered; and identify all primary aims and objectives of the Online Banking System.

 Attacks on online banking system :

Attacks on electronic banking are becoming very challenging issue today. The main e-banking attacks are Phishing, Trojan horses, Domain Name Server (DNS) spoofing, Pharming, Interception of Networks, Attacks on bank web application programmes, and attacks on database servers. The Phishing and Trojan horses are very severe attacks prone to affect at customer level. In this level, the attack is subjected in between user and computer.

Download Online Banking System Project in Java Final year Engineering Project with code.

posted in CSE Projects, CSE Projects with Source Code, Java Based Projects by Ramesh Gavva/Kasarla shanthan

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4 Comments to "Online Banking System Project in Java"

  1. Abhishek kumar Gupta wrote:

    please send me the netbeans source code of this project …….after that i can run this project and can understand.

  2. anurag mistry wrote:

    will u please tell me how to run this project.
    i m new to this.
    i cant figure out how 2 run this project
    reply me as soon as possible

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