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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

User authentication is widely used in automatic teller machines (ATMs) and Internet services. Recently, ATM passwords have been increasingly stolen with the aid of small charge-coupled device camera recordings. This article discusses a means of improving a user authentication method that accepts numerical passwords and that is tolerant to observation attacks. A vicious observation attack, or a video-recording attack, where the user’s password selection operation is video recorded, is well known. Conventionally, a few methods are tolerant when password selection operations are video recorded two times. However, the conventional methods require passwords that are significantly lengthy. This article proposes a user authentication method that is tolerant to attacks when the user’s password selection operation is video recorded two times, even when using shorter passwords, and its security is evaluated..

Keywords :

: password authentication method, video-recording attack, security

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