Users' conceptions of web security: a comparative study

@inproceedings{Friedman2002UsersCO,
  title={Users' conceptions of web security: a comparative study},
  author={Batya Friedman and W. David Hurley and Daniel C. Howe and Edward W. Felten and Helen Nissenbaum},
  booktitle={CHI Extended Abstracts},
  year={2002}
}
This study characterizes users' conceptions of web security. Seventy-two individuals, 24 each from a rural community in Maine, a suburban professional community in New Jersey, and a high-technology community in California, participated in an extensive (2-hour) semi-structured interview (including a drawing task) about Web security. The results show that many users across the three diverse communities mistakently evaluated whether a connection is secure or not secure. Empirically-derived… CONTINUE READING
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