Securing passfaces for description

@inproceedings{Dunphy2008SecuringPF,
  title={Securing passfaces for description},
  author={Paul Dunphy and James Nicholson and Patrick Olivier},
  booktitle={SOUPS},
  year={2008}
}
One common practice in relation to alphanumeric passwords is to write them down or share them with a trusted friend or colleague. Graphical password schemes often claim the advantage that they are significantly more secure with respect to both verbal disclosure and writing down. We investigated the reality of this claim in relation to the Passfaces graphical password scheme. By collecting a corpus of naturalistic descriptions of a set of 45 faces, we explored participants' ability to associate… CONTINUE READING
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