2012 IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC) 2012
DOI: 10.1109/iscc.2012.6249360
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Abstract: Abstract-Text-based passwords, despite their well-known drawbacks, remain the dominant user authentication scheme implemented. Graphical password systems, based on visual information such as the recognition of photographs and / or pictures, have emerged as a promising alternative to the aggregate reliance on text passwords. Nevertheless, despite the advantages offered they have not been widely used in practice since many open issues need to be resolved. In this paper we propose a novel graphical password schem… Show more

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“…Then, more map-based graphical passwords were designed from 2012. Georgakakis et al [12] proposed a GP scheme called NAVI, where the credentials of a user are the username and a relevant password formulated by drawing a route on a predefined map. They provided an analysis regarding the password strength, but did not provide any user study.…”
Section: Map-based Graphical Passwordsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Then, more map-based graphical passwords were designed from 2012. Georgakakis et al [12] proposed a GP scheme called NAVI, where the credentials of a user are the username and a relevant password formulated by drawing a route on a predefined map. They provided an analysis regarding the password strength, but did not provide any user study.…”
Section: Map-based Graphical Passwordsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Map-based GP schemes become more popular from the year of 2012. Georgakakis et al [9] proposed a scheme called NAVI, which allows users to draw a route on a pre-loaded map image. They initially analyzed the strength of the password, but did not give any user study for the real performance.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In 2012, Georgakakis et al [9] proposed NAVI, in which the credentials of a user are his username and a password formulated by drawing a route on a pre-defined map image. They provided an analysis about the password strength, but did not give any user study.…”
Section: Map-based Graphical Passwordsmentioning
confidence: 99%