Analysis of the 3-D Secure Fraud Detection System

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Description: Investigation to quantify the likelihoods of outcomes of the 3-D Secure Fraud Detection backend, based on interventions on changing transaction value, machine data or the region.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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Background. 3-D Secure 2.0 (3DS 2.0) is an identity federation protocol authenticating the payment initiator for credit card transactions on the Web. Aim. We aim to quantify the impact of factors used by 3DS 2.0 in its fraud-detection decision making process. Method. We ran credit card transactions with two Web sites systematically manipulating the nominal IVs machine_data, value, region, and webs...

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