Multi-Factor Stateful Authentication using NFC, and Mobile Phones
Conference Proceedings - IEEE SOUTHEASTCON
Host-based Card Emulation, Mobile phones, Multiple Factor Authentication, NFC, Stateful Authentication
© 2019 IEEE. In this paper, we present a multi-factor stateful authentication system that uses Near Field Communication (NFC) technology, a mobile phone, known pictures, and state (time sequence) to authenticate users. A user firstly accesses to the mobile phone and then emulates encrypted NFC tags through a mobile app. This mobile app forwards an authentication code to the computer after correctly selecting a preset picture. A custom process bypasses the built-in OS access control letting the user to type a passcode to gain access to the computer. The custom access control process running on the computer is programmed by using an open source credential provider and a database that stores the encrypted authentication codes. Our experiments show that this multi-factor and stateful authentication prevents man-in-the-middle attacks and improves security with a simplified login process.
Wilder, Vabrice T.; Gao, Yujing; Wang, Shuangbao Paul; and Perez, Alfredo J., "Multi-Factor Stateful Authentication using NFC, and Mobile Phones" (2019). Faculty Bibliography. 2787.