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P-ISSN: 2708-4477, E-ISSN: 2708-4485

International Journal of Electronic Devices and Networking

2024, Vol. 5, Issue 1, Part A
Multilayered voice authentication systems

Author(s): Rishabh and Saksham Azad

Abstract: Voice authentication systems play a pivotal role in verifying individuals' identities and ensuring secure access to confidential information. In this research, we introduce a novel approach to enhance the security and robustness of voice authentication by implementing dynamic pitch modulation and tone variations. Our Voice Authentication System employs a multi-layered security architecture to counteract impersonation attempts, including AI voice-based attacks. The research begins with a comprehensive literature review that explores the existing voice authentication systems, identifies their limitations, and proposes an innovative solution. The project's objective is to create a voice authentication system that not only matches voice components for standard authentication but also dynamically alters pitch, frequency, and tone for enhanced security. We detail the methodologies used for data collection, feature extraction, and the implementation of voice component matching, dynamic pitch modulation, and frequency and tone variations. The system's architecture incorporates standard authentication, high-pitch authentication, and low-pitch authentication layers, each with specific security protocols and encryption mechanisms. The implementation phase encompasses software development, hardware integration, and rigorous testing, ensuring the system's reliability and accuracy. User interaction and interface design prioritize a seamless and user-friendly experience while maintaining high security standards. Ethical considerations are paramount, addressing user data privacy and implementing anti-impersonation measures. The results and evaluation section discusses performance metrics, resistance to impersonation attacks, and user feedback, confirming the system's effectiveness and usability. In conclusion, this research contributes to the advancement of voice authentication systems by providing a multi-layered approach that safeguards against emerging threats, including AI-based impersonation. It also outlines future research directions to further enhance voice authentication technology.

DOI: 10.22271/27084477.2024.v5.i1a.46

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Rishabh, Saksham Azad. Multilayered voice authentication systems. Int J Electron Devices Networking 2024;5(1):01-07. DOI: 10.22271/27084477.2024.v5.i1a.46
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