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Haptic and audio authentication: empirically exploring the usability, security and feasibility of non-visual passwords = Haptic and audio authentication: empirically exploring the usability, security and feasibility of non-visual passwords
서명 / 저자 Haptic and audio authentication: empirically exploring the usability, security and feasibility of non-visual passwords = Haptic and audio authentication: empirically exploring the usability, security and feasibility of non-visual passwords / Andrea Bianchi.
저자명 Andrea Bianchi ; 안드리아
발행사항 [대전 : 한국과학기술원, 2012].
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Password entry systems in public spaces are inherently exposed to attacks based on observation, an increasingly common and damaging approach. To address this issue, researchers have explored the use of invisible input modalities, such as haptics and audio, as defenses against this threat. Despite a wide range of proposed systems and considerable recent progress, there are currently no general design guidelines expressing how password input systems based on invisible modalities should be constructed. This thesis addresses this lack. It discusses state of the art techniques for haptic and audio password entry and, based on an analysis of the underlying tradeoffs, proposes criteria for the design of usable, secure and effective password entry systems based on invisible input modalities. By showing the empirical results of user studies with several haptic and audio systems, it argues that non-visual passwords based on haptics or audio, and counting-based scheme, provide advantages when compared than traditional alpha-numerical passwords. The nature of these advantages is both in terms of usability and security against attacks based on observation. It also argues that the design guidelines presented in this work are also already applicable and suitable to a wide range of interfaces tackling demanding non-visual interaction tasks. Future work and limits of this approach are as well discussed.

Password entry systems in public spaces are inherently exposed to attacks based on observation, an increasingly common and damaging approach. To address this issue, researchers have explored the use of invisible input modalities, such as haptics and audio, as defenses against this threat. Despite a wide range of proposed systems and considerable recent progress, there are currently no general design guidelines expressing how password input systems based on invisible modalities should be constructed. This thesis addresses this lack. It discusses state of the art techniques for haptic and audio password entry and, based on an analysis of the underlying tradeoffs, proposes criteria for the design of usable, secure and effective password entry systems based on invisible input modalities. By showing the empirical results of user studies with several haptic and audio systems, it argues that non-visual passwords based on haptics or audio, and counting-based scheme, provide advantages when compared than traditional alpha-numerical passwords. The nature of these advantages is both in terms of usability and security against attacks based on observation. It also argues that the design guidelines presented in this work are also already applicable and suitable to a wide range of interfaces tackling demanding non-visual interaction tasks. Future work and limits of this approach are as well discussed.

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청구기호 {DGCT 12008
형태사항 vi, 84 p. : 삽도 ; 30 cm
언어 영어
일반주기 저자명의 한글표기 : 안드리아
지도교수의 영문표기 : Kwang-Yun Wohn
지도교수의 한글표기 : 원광연
공동지도교수의 영문표기 : Dong-Soo Kwon
공동지도교수의 한글표기 : 권동수
수록잡지명 : "Open Sesame: Design Guidelines for Invisible Passwords". IEEE Computer, 45,4, 58-65(2012)
학위논문 학위논문(박사) - 한국과학기술원 : 문화기술대학원,
서지주기 References : p. 73-83
주제 Haptic
Password
PIN
Authentication
Haptic
Password
PIN
Authentication
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