Detection Of Malicious Social Bots in social media

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Sanjeevini S. H, L. Savithri, E. Maha Lakshmi, M. Amulya, P. Sanjana


By mimicking a follow or creating many different aliases with destructive activities, harmful social bots make bogus messaging and automates their social relations. Additionally, aggressive chatbots send requests from interactive web members to dangerous combination by using shorter hazardous URLs in retweets. As a result, many of the most important tasks in the Transmission of tweeting is to distinguish between malicious fake accounts and legitimate individuals. It requires less effort to find problematic social chatbots using Website address statistics (such as URL redirecting, prevalence of cloned URLs, and spam elements in URLs) than it does using social diagram attributes (which rely on the social interactions of users). Additionally, malicious chatbots are just unable to try to alter URL redirects routes.

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