Photographic Authentication through Untrusted Terminals

@article{Pering2003PhotographicAT,
  title={Photographic Authentication through Untrusted Terminals},
  author={Trevor Pering and Murali Sundar and John Light and Roy Want},
  journal={IEEE Pervasive Computing},
  year={2003},
  volume={2},
  pages={30-36}
}
P ublic Internet access points provide a convenient means to access the Internet, but they pose considerable security risks. For example, an unscrupulous attacker could modify a public system to capture all of a user's keystrokes using devices such as the Key Katcher. 1 One way to enhance security on such terminals is through photographic authentication, a technique that relies on personal photographs for authenticating user access. The photographic-authentication prototype described in this… CONTINUE READING
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