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  • Strengths And Weaknesses Of Passwords

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    Current authentication systems suffer from many weaknesses. Textual passwords are commonly used. Users tend to choose meaningful words from dictionaries, which make textual passwords easy to break and vulnerable to dictionary or brute force attacks. Many available graphical passwords have a password space that is less than or equal to the textual password space.Smart cards or tokens can be stolen. Many biometric authentications have been proposed.However, users tend to resist using biometrics because

  • Sharing Facebook Password Essay

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    Sharing Facebook Password Employers and schools nowadays evaluate applicants from their social media accounts. For example, the applicant’s Facebook profile could be used to get information such as age, residence and even academic history. What worries Joanna Stern in the article, “Demanding Facebook Passwords May Break Law, Say Senators” is the fact that employers and schools require employees and students to give their Facebook passwords to access their profiles. This practice poses unanticipated

  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of 3d Password

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    3D PASSWORD Abstract—We have to think that how much our password and other authentication schemes are powerful to protect our data and documents from hackers .it is very easy for hackers to hack our data. .There is different authentication scheme to provide security to our data like TEXTUAL PASSWORD ,GRAPHICAL PASSWORD , BIOMETRICS. But current authentication scheme are suffering from many weaknesses. 3D Password authentication scheme is combination of RECOGINATION , RECALL , TOKENS , BIOMETRICS

  • The Vulnerabilities Of Passwords And Security Essay

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    Introduction Passwords for access to personal phones, computers, online portals, and websites has become very prevalent and the best practice for authentication. Additionally, passwords authenticate mobile phones, computer networks and databases for many software applications. However, ensuring that passwords are encrypted, and safe have become one of the greatest challenges for most organizations. This paper will review some of the vulnerabilities of the use of passwords and provide controls

  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Textual Passwords

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    verifying the identity of a particular person. The most popular authentication method is password authentication. In this, textual(alphanumeric) passwords are mostly used as traditional method. These types of textual passwords are strings of letters and digits. But there are several deficiencies in these textual passwords such as passwords used are short and simple which are easy to remember[2].So textual passwords can be personal names of family members, dictionary words, birth-date, pet name, phone

  • Password Management Tools

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    The Five Best Free Password Management Tools When it comes to securing your online activities, a password is one of the best tools you have. The creation of a strong password is one of the first tips security experts give to organisations – but how will you keep track of the different password? Cloud-based solutions have become popular and organisations are taking their documents online. But when you subscribe to a virtual data room such as Drooms, you must ensure the password you choose to use

  • Installing A System With Graphical Password Schemes

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    Since conventional password schemes are vulnerable to shoulder surfing, many shoulder surfing resistant graphical password schemes have been proposed. However, as most users are more familiar with textual passwords than pure graphical passwords, text-based graphical password schemes have been proposed. Unfortunately, none of existing text-based shoulder surfing resistant graphical password schemes is both secure and efficient enough. Here, we propose 4-D Password scheme to make the existing scheme

  • 3-D Password for More Security

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    short, simple, and insecure passwords that are susceptible to attack. Which make textual passwords easy to break and vulnerable to dictionary or brute force attacks. Graphical passwords schemes have been proposed. The strength of graphical passwords comes from the fact that users can recall and recognize pictures more than words. Most graphical passwords are vulnerable for shoulder surfing attacks, where an attacker can observe or record the legitimate user’s graphical password by camera. Token based

  • Shoulder Surfing Resistant Graphical Password Schemes

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    shoulder surfing resistant graphical password schemes have been proposed. However, as most of the users are more familiar with textual passwords than the pure graphical passwords scheme therefore the text-based graphical password schemes have been proposed. But none of the existing text-based shoulder surfing resistant graphical password schemes is both secure and efficient enough. In this paper, we propose an improved text-based shoulder surfing resistant graphical password scheme by using colors because

  • Security Policies And Control And Password Management Policies

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    the ISO/IEC developed the ISO 27000 framework, which includes the ISO 27002 standards (page 37). Furthermore, the ISO 27002 standards contain 12 domains; nevertheless, this review will focus on the Access Control domain to rewrite the new user and password requirement policies. Moreover, the Access Control domain has seven subdomains: Business Requirements for Access Control; User Access Management; User Responsibilities; Network Access Control; Operating System Access Control; Application and Information

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