Shoulder-surfing resistance with eye-gaze entry in cued-recall graphical passwords
We present Cued Gaze-Points (CGP) as a shoulder-surfing resistant cued-recall graphical password scheme where users gaze instead of mouse-click. This approach has several advantages over similar eye-gaze systems, including a larger password space and its cued-recall nature that can help users remember multiple distinct passwords. Our 45-participant lab study is the first evaluation of gaze-based password entry via user-selected points on images. CGP's usability is potentially acceptable, warranting further refinement and study.
|Keywords||eye tracking, graphical passwords, usable security|
|Conference||28th Annual CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI 2010|
Forget, A. (Alain), Chiasson, S, & Biddle, R. (2010). Shoulder-surfing resistance with eye-gaze entry in cued-recall graphical passwords. Presented at the 28th Annual CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI 2010. doi:10.1145/1753326.1753491