Adding Persuasive Features in Graphical Password to Increase the Capacity of Knowledge Based Authentication Mechanism
|Divyashree v1, Gaurav Dutt Sharma2, NancyA3, A.Rosline Mary4
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The existing authentication system has certain drawbacks for that reason graphical passwords are most preferable authentication system where users click on images to authenticate themselves. An important usability goal of an authentication system is to support users for selecting the better password. User creates memorable password which is easy to guess by an attacker and strong system assigned passwords are difficult to memorize. So researchers of modern days gone through different alternative methods and conclude that graphical passwords are most preferable authentication system. The proposed system combines the existing cued click point technique with the persuasive feature to influence user choice, encouraging user to select more random click point which is difficult to guess.