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Secure Authentication Using 3D Password

Publication Type : Journal Article

Source : Secure Authentication Using 3D Password

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Campus : Kochi

School : School of Computing

Year : 2022

Abstract : Textual passwords, biometric scanning, tokens or cards (such as an ATM), and other password models are now available to users. Textual passwords, for the most part, use an encryption method. Biometric scanning serves as your natural signature, while Cards or Tokens serve as proof of your identity. However, some people despise having to carry their cards with them, and others reject to have their retinas exposed to powerful IR (Biometric scanning). Nowadays, most textual passwords are kept basic, such as a phrase from the dictionary or their pet names. Klein used to do these tests and could crack 10-15 passwords every day. With the advancement of technology, fast computers, and a plethora of Internet-based applications, this has become a child's game.As a result, 3D passwords are a more customised and intriguing method of authentication. Passwords are now predicated on the fact that humans have memory. Simple passwords are usually used so that they may be remembered easily. In our concept, the human memory must go through the processes of recognition, recall, biometrics, and token-based authentication. The 3D password GUI appears once you've implemented it and logged in to a secure site. This is a second textual password that the user can type in. A 3D virtual room will appear on the screen after he completes the first authentication. Let's imagine we're talking about a virtual garage. In today's garage, one will find a variety of tools, equipment, and other items.

Cite this Research Publication : Anjana V R and Sangeetha J, Secure Authentication Using 3D Password, 8.

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