Gradeigh Clark

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This paper studies the security and memorability of free-form multitouch gestures for mobile authentication. Towards this end, we collected a dataset with a generate-test-retest paradigm where participants (N=63) generated free-form gestures, repeated them, and were later retested for memory. Half of the participants decided to generate one-finger gestures,(More)
Gestures are a topic of increasing interest in authentication and successful implementation as a security layer requires reliable gesture recognition. So far much work focuses on new ways to recognize gestures, leaving discussion on the viability of recognition in an authentication scheme to the background. It is unclear how recognition should be deployed(More)
Free-form gesture passwords have been introduced as an alternative mobile authentication method. Text passwords are not very suitable for mobile interaction, and methods such as PINs and grid patterns sacrifice security over usability. However, little is known about how free-form gestures perform in the wild. We present the first field study (N=91) of(More)
Digital currencies represent a new method for exchange -- a payment method with no physical form, made real by the Internet. This new type of currency was created to ease online transactions and to provide greater convenience in making payments. However, a critical component of a monetary system is the people who use it. Acknowledging this, we present(More)
Digital currencies represent a new method for exchange and investment that differs strongly from any other fiat money seen throughout history. A digital currency makes it possible to perform all financial transactions without the intervention of a third party to act as an arbiter of verification; payments can be made between two people with degrees of(More)
This is a video demonstration for a full paper available in MobiSys'14 proceedings The video demonstrates several forms of authentication on a common tablet, and compares them to our method for gesture-based authentication. Our method measures the security and memorability of user generated free-form gestures by(More)
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