Dual Module Secure Login (DMSL)

DMSL is an enhanced technique used as a counter measure for the shoulder surfing attack. It is more secure technique than the previous versions. Shoulder surfing is an observation technique of stealing the information by looking over someone's shoulder. Very often people are unaware of the presence of any external devices like the close circuit cameras and hidden surveillance equipment which are placed to capture their valuable information like the password etc. It is very easy to stand close to someone and look what the other person is typing on the keyboard. DMSL could be used in computers where confidential data are used, in highly secured nuclear servers authentication, ATM machines, e-mail login, etc.

Provided by: International forum of researchers Students and Academician Topic: Mobility Date Added: Jan 2012 Format: PDF

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