PROJECT TITLE :
ShakeIn: Secure User Authentication of Smartphones with Habitual Single-handed Shakes - 2017
Smartphones are widely used with an unlimited array of sensitive and non-public info stored on these devices. To secure such info from being leaked, user authentication schemes are necessary. Current password/pattern-based user authentication schemes are vulnerable to shoulder surfing attacks and smudge attacks. In contrast, stroke/gait-based mostly schemes are secure but inconvenient for users to input. In this paper, we have a tendency to propose ShakeIn, a handy user authentication scheme for secure unlocking of a smartphone by simply shaking the phone. With embedded motion sensors, ShakeIn can effectively capture the distinctive and reliable biometrical features of users concerning howthey shake. In this way, even if an attacker sees a user shaking his/her phone, the attacker will hardly reproduce the same behavior. Furthermore, by allowing users to customise the method they shake the phone, ShakeIn endows users with the maximum operation flexibility. We tend to implement ShakeIn and conduct both intensive trace-driven simulations and real experiments on 20 volunteers with concerning 530,55five shaking samples collected over multiple months. The results show that ShakeIn achieves an average equal error rate of 1.two p.c with a little number of shakes using solely thirty five coaching samples even in the presence of shoulder-surfing attacks.
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