Re: extra password protection idea.
From: Scott Morgan (scott_at_morganitechnology.com)
Date: Sun, 02 Nov 2003 19:54:13 -0700 To: Rahul Sawarkar <email@example.com>
All people type in a unique rhythm, rate, and pattern. So, a program can
be written to validate a persons identity. Now, it is only another layer
of security, because we also type different based on our mood and such.
So it would have to have a variance allowed. Which allows some other
person to fall with in the allowed variance.
Rahul Sawarkar wrote:
>An pray how is it possible for a human to replay the keystrokes exactly down to the micro or milli second. Chances are that you yourself wouldn't be able to login again ...
>and if you are going to write a program do it, some else could run that program too...
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Brian Akey" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Sent: Friday, October 31, 2003 22:25
>Subject: extra password protection idea.
>I had an idea where you time each keystroke of the password and make a fingerprint of the password entry. I found that the time between each keystroke is pretty consistent. I thought it might be an extra level of protect if openssh could use such a technique. I could give you my password but you still wouldn't be able to get into my account. It could be a option for the extra secure accounts.