Author : Monika N 1
Date of Publication :21st June 2018
Abstract: Many security Primitives are based on text-based passwords which can be hacked using brute force attack and dictionary attack. To overcome this problem we present a new security primitive based on graphical image authentication system using inkblot images. This type of system avoids the phishing attack. Since the user can able to understand the inkblot image which he saw during password setting is differ while login process they can able to understand this is a phishing site. To improve the system we implemented this security measure on the banking application
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