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Volume & Issue no: Volume 6, Issue 5, May 2017


Pictorial Authentication System to Protect against Visual Monitor Attack
Author Name:
Sathya Jyothi , Kameswari K
Abstract Validation in view of passwords is utilized to a great extent in applications for PC security and protection. In any case, human activities, for example, picking awful passwords and contributing passwords in a shaky way are viewed as "the weakest connection" in the confirmation chain. Instead of discretionary alphanumeric strings, clients have a tendency to pick passwords either short or significant for simple remembrance. With web applications and portable applications heaping up, individuals can get to these applications at whatever time and anyplace with different gadgets. This development brings awesome comfort additionally expands the likelihood of presenting passwords to shoulder surfing assaults. Aggressors can watch specifically or utilize outside recording gadgets to gather clients accreditations. To defeat this issue, we proposed a novel validation framework PassMatrix, in view of graphical passwords to oppose bear surfing assaults. With a one-time legitimate login pointer and circulative level and vertical bars covering the whole extent of pass-pictures, PassMatrix offers no indication for assailants to make sense of or limit the secret word even they direct numerous camera-based assaults. We likewise actualized a PassMatrix model on Android and completed genuine client examinations to assess its memorability and ease of use. From the exploratory outcome, the proposed framework accomplishes better imperviousness to shoulder surfing assaults while looking after ease of use. Keywords: Graphical Passwords, Authentication, Shoulder Surfing Attack
Cite this article:
Sathya Jyothi , Kameswari K , " Pictorial Authentication System to Protect against Visual Monitor Attack" , International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management (IJAIEM) , Volume 6, Issue 5, May 2017 , pp. 016-021 , ISSN 2319 - 4847.
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