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Authors: Duarte Bogado, Cristhian Javier
Keywords: ciberseguridad
aplicación web
Issue Date: 12-Oct-2019
Publisher: UNAE
Series/Report no.: Congreso Internacional de Ciencia, Diseño y Tecnología;2019
Abstract: This work describes the evaluation of a method of graphic authentication based on Drag & Drop for web environments, where images are the component elements of the key and the “Drag and Drop” gesture is the means by which the user enters the key. Such an approach is necessary in order to provide an alternative solution to the great problems of users with passwords: difficulty in using and stealing them. The objective of this work is to analyze the graphic authentication system based on the HTML5 Drag & Drop API. This purpose was achieved by collecting the graphic authentication schemes developed to date, as well as secure authentication methods implemented by websites with critical information, in the same way conducting a pilot test of the system proposed in this work, highlighting advantages and disadvantages of this front conventional systems. Studies have shown that the Drag & Drop-based graphic authentication system was a more secure mechanism for most forms of password theft attacks, as well as a more user-friendly process. However, once a performance analysis of the developed method was performed, a load was evidenced both on the server and client side, caused by the encryption scheme used and the simultaneous loading of images, said load can be considerable when compared to the same logging procedure in conventional password systems.
Description: Trabajo presentado el 12 de octubre en el Congreso organizado por la UNAE: pag 3/3
Appears in Collections:I Congreso internacional de Ciencia, Diseño y Tecnología 2019

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