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This case study focuses on real-world ATM card misuse, illustrating how too much secrecy led to a deterioration of PIN-based authentication procedures, and why a bank's refusal to share technical information is a threat to customers during a conflict.
A uthentication establishes a level of confidence in the assertion that a particular individual is who he or she claims to be. Unfortunately, the true confidence level isn’t always easy to determine, and a seemingly high level of confidence might well be undeserved. In fact, a presumably sound authentication process can be defeated by nefarious exploits,… (More)