Towards Secure Design Choices for Implementing Graphical Passwords

  title={Towards Secure Design Choices for Implementing Graphical Passwords},
  author={Machha. Narender and Mr. Y. Chitti Babu and Madhan Mohan Rao},
Access to computer systems is most often based on the use ofalphanumeric passwords. However, users have difficultyremembering a password that is long and randomappearing.Instead, they create short, simple, and insecurepasswords. Graphical passwords have been designed to tryto make passwords more memorable and easier for people touse and, therefore, more secure. Using a graphicalpassword, users click on images rather than typealphanumeric characters.. In this paper we describe theDAS(Draw-A… CONTINUE READING
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