Mobile Authentication: Problems and Solutions looks at human-to-machine authentication, with a keen focus on the mobile scenario. Human-to-machine authentication is a startlingly complex issue. In the old days of computer security-before 2000, the human component was all but disregarded. It was either assumed that people should and would be able to follow instructions, or that end users were hopeless and would always make mistakes. The truth, of course, is somewhere in between, which is exactly what makes this topic so enticing. We cannot make progress with human-to-machine authentication without understanding both humans and machines. Mobile security is not simply security ported to a handset. Handsets have different constraints than traditional computers, and are used in a different way. Text entry is more frustrating, and therefore, it is tempting to use shorter and less complex passwords. It is also harder to detect spoofing. We need to design with this in mind. We also need to determine how exactly to integrate biometric readers to reap the maximum benefits from them. This book addresses all of these issues, and more.10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. A. Apvrille. Zeus In The Mobile ( Zitmo): Online Bankings Two Factor Authentication ... In R. Sion, editor, Financial Cryptography and Data Security, volume 6052 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 98a113. ... Draft i draft special publication 800-63-1 electronic authentication guideline, 2008. ... On user choice in graphical password schemes .
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