Brightness Based Password Authentication to Avoid Shoulder Surfing in Banking Applications

International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering
© 2019 by SSRG - IJCSE Journal
Volume 6 Issue 3
Year of Publication : 2019
Authors : Dr.R.Kanimozhi, D.Swetha, S.kowsalya, J.Nasrath Banu, R.Sowmiya

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MLA Style:

Dr.R.Kanimozhi, D.Swetha, S.kowsalya, J.Nasrath Banu, R.Sowmiya, "Brightness Based Password Authentication to Avoid Shoulder Surfing in Banking Applications" SSRG International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering 6.3 (2019): 23-25.

APA Style:

Dr.R.Kanimozhi, D.Swetha, S.kowsalya, J.Nasrath Banu, R.Sowmiya,(2019). Brightness Based Password Authentication to Avoid Shoulder Surfing in Banking Applications. SSRG International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering 6(3), 22-25.

Abstract:

This project deals with problems on providing security Bright Pass is a user authentication scheme for secure ATM application. Shoulder surfing refers to eavesdropping one’s personal information like PIN or passwords by observing it from a considerable distance. we address this issue by introducing Bright Pass, a novel authentication mechanism based on screen brightness. Bright Pass allows users to authenticate safely with a PIN-based confirmation in the presence of specific operations on sensitive data. In this approach user can enter their PIN regarding the brightness value displayed to the user.

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Key Words:

Malware, Brightness, Usability, novel authentication.