In this paper we will explain a solution to identify the users which poetically are trying to cheat the computer-based exam. Nowadays, the online exams are very useful to identify the people with right knowledge to do a job or to certificate them based on their knowledge. One of the major concerns for the organization of computer-based exams is the potential for cheating in collaboration with employee responsible of monitoring or due to the lack of human invigilation. The proposed solution will analyze in real-time the behavior of student and will alert the monitoring employee for suspicious activity of any exam.
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