Our goal is to enhance the integrity of financial transactions in Nigeria by making fraud detection technologies more widely available, based on research conducted at the esteemed Cyber Security department at the Federal University of Technology, Akure. These days, it's almost unheard of to conduct a financial transaction using physical cash. The number of fraudulent transactions is rising in tandem with the rise in the popularity of cashless transactions. We launched this endeavour to aid in determining the validity of transactions and so increase the rate at which fraud is detected.
The very first attempt at creating a fraud database in Nigeria
This project is backed by research done by professionals in Cyber Security
The system is free to use. Just contact us today to set up an account.
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Yes, Openfrauddb (Fraudsentry) is free to use; however, we would welcome any donation that will help us enhance the research.
Yes, even though it is free, you are required to support the platform by zipping and uploading any false data history you have.
The research employs a prisoner dilemma approach to draw a game-theoretic distinction between two algorithms, determining whether or not a transaction is fraudulent.
As with any other AI or ML research activity, there is a great deal of room for development or optimization in this field of study.
Python and Flask.
yes visit the documentation section.
After registering on the site with your purpose and receiving your username and password, you may access the application using the API. Please check the documentation section for instructions.
This initiative requires data, a great deal of data, in order to make accurate predictions. Therefore, the more information we have, the greater our ability to forecast. Additionally, we require the ability to subscribe to the required APIs.
The whole infrastructure is hosted by AWS in the African region. We have used AWS for the whole deployment.
We aim to seek NDPR accreditation.
Certainly, we welcome all researchers and industrial collaborations; please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.