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AuthenLink: A User-Centred Authentication System for a Secure Mobile Commerce

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AuthenLink: A User-Centred Authentication System for a Secure Mobile Commerce
We envision an environment where humans communicate directly with computers without additional authentication inputs like passwords, passphrases, PINs (Personal Identification Numbers), biometrics, or other existent authentication systems; and where humans network (intercommunicate) continually with wireless (mobile) devices. In this paper, we propose a new mobile authentication system, not yet implemented, called "AuthenLink", coupled with a new approach to distinguishing characteristics to authenticate people (authentication factor): something you CONVEY. The utmost purpose of this paper is to provide an ease, user-centred and acceptable security authentication system against fraud, counterfeit, and theft for the mobile commerce (m-Commerce) domain, more specifically for mobile devices. Our authentication system achieves its goal through a microprocessor chip (ChipTag) computer implanted under human skin. This ChipTag is able to authenticate user's access to systems, ...
Christina Braz, Esma Aïmeur
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where WIS
Authors Christina Braz, Esma Aïmeur
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