Keystroke Dynamics as a Biometric for Authentication
Date: March 2000
Publication: Future Generation Computing Systems (FGCS) Journal: Security on the Web (special issue)
Source 1: http://www.cs.jhu.edu/~fabian/papers/fgcs.pdf
More than ever before the Internet is changing computing as we know it. Global access to information and resources is becoming an integral part of nearly every aspect of our lives. Unfortunately, with this global network access comes increased chances of malicious attack and intrusion. In an eort to confront the new threats unveiled by the networking revolution of the past few years reliable, rapid, and un-intrusive means for automatically recognizing the identity of individuals are now being sought. In this paper we examine an emerging non-static biometric technique that aims to identify users based on analyzing habitual rhythm patterns in the way they type.
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