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Re: [Full-disclosure] Most common keystroke loggers?
From: David Harker (david.harkeroneiria.co.uk)
Date: Thu Dec 01 2005 - 11:51:53 CST
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It may be easier and safer to require the user to follow onscreen
instructions for character substitution into their password than attempt
to defeat many individual bits of software. Since it's online, a munged
dynamic image could be used to supply the instructions quite easily...
just a thought.
Shannon Johnston wrote:
> Hi All,
> I'm looking for input on what you all believe the most common keystroke
> loggers are. I've been challenged to write an authentication method (for
> a web site) that can be secure while using a compromised system.
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