User Authentication in LabVIEW Platform

Lalitha Saroja Thota, Suresh Changalasetty,Ahmed Said Badawy, Wade Ghribi


The increase in the information access terminals along with the growing use of information sensitive applications such as e-commerce, e-learning, e-banking, and e-healthcare and many more web applications have generated a real requirement of reliable, easy to use, and generally acceptable control methods for confidential and vital information. The person authentication is one of the most critical issues in contemporary societies. Accurate automatic personal identification is crucial to a wide range of application domains. It ensures that a system's resources are not obtained fraudulently by illegal users. So in any application the first stage is user authentication. King Khalid University (KKU) is a public university located at Abha in Asir region of Saudi Arabia. In this paper, we take a case study of KKU Department Administration system, a database application build in LabVIEW platform using database connectivity toolkit for authentication. The user supplies user name and password for authentication. If the user is a valid user then user is allowed further into the system otherwise not. The user authentication module is the backbone of any web based application.

Keywords: Authentication, LabVIEW, VI, Block diagram, Front panel, Database connectivity toolkit

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