Special Issue Article
SECUDROID - A Secured Authentication in Android Phones Using 3D Password
Ms. Chandra Prabha K M.E. Ph.D., Mohamed Nowfel E S, Jr., Gowtham V, Dhinakaran V
Department of CSE, K.S.Rangasamy College of Technology, Tiruchengode 637215 India, Tamilnadu, India
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The devices used most often for IT services are changing from PCs and laptops to android supported mobile devices and tablets. These devices are in the need of hand held for increased portability. These technologies are more convenient than others, but as the devices start to contain enormous amount of important personal information, a good security mechanism is required. Security systems and authentication techniques such as remote control systems have been rapidly developing since 2006. Although these solutions were proposed to be viable, major problems could still result when the device itself is stolen. In this report, we present our upgraded Lock Screen System, Biometric scheme and Graphical Password scheme which support authentication for the user’s convenience and provide a good security measure for smart phones. We also propose an upgraded authentication schemes for Android smart phones to enhance the security. Initially the user enters 3D Virtual Environment and they are free to use that environment and they will select the objects. After that step, the user will enter the Textual Environment and enter the textual password. Then the user has to enter the Graphical environment and they have to enter the pattern in the picture. Finally they will enter in to the Biometric Environment and fingerprint is registered. Then all the inputs are stored in the database. After that all inputs are compared to the stored results. Then the user is authenticated in to the mobile phone. By using this Multifactor Authentication in the Single 3D Virtual Environment, We provide enhanced Security.