SteganoPIN: Two-Faced Human–Machine Interface for Practical Enforcement of PIN Entry Security

@article{Kwon2016SteganoPINTH,
  title={SteganoPIN: Two-Faced Human–Machine Interface for Practical Enforcement of PIN Entry Security},
  author={Ted Taekyoung Kwon and Sarang Na},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems},
  year={2016},
  volume={46},
  pages={143-150}
}
Users typically reuse the same personalized identification number (PIN) for multiple systems and in numerous sessions. Direct PIN entries are highly susceptible to shoulder-surfing attacks as attackers can effectively observe PIN entry with concealed cameras. Indirect PIN entry methods proposed as countermeasures are rarely deployed because they demand a heavier cognitive workload for users. To achieve security and usability, we present a practical indirect PIN entry method called SteganoPIN… CONTINUE READING
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