Hash Visualization : a New Technique to improve Real-World Security

@inproceedings{Perrig2000HashV,
  title={Hash Visualization : a New Technique to improve Real-World Security},
  author={Adrian Perrig and Dawn SongDawn Song},
  year={2000}
}
Current security systems su er from the fact that they fail to account for human factors. This paper considers two human limitations: First, people are slow and unreliable when comparing meaningless strings; and second, people have di culties in remembering strong passwords or PINs. We identify two applications where these human factors negatively a ect security: Validation of root keys in public-key infrastructures, and user authentication. Our approach to improve the security of these systems… CONTINUE READING
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