Can background baroque music help to improve the memorability of graphical passwords?
Gao, Haichang and Chang, Xiuling and Ren, Zhongjie and Aickelin, Uwe and Wang, Liming (2010) Can background baroque music help to improve the memorability of graphical passwords? In: Image analysis and recognition: 7th international conference, ICIAR 2010, Povoa de Varzim, Portugal, June 21-23, 2010: proceedings. Lecture notes in computer science, 2 (6112). Springer, Berlin, pp. 378-387. ISBN 9783642137747
Graphical passwords have been proposed as an alternative to alphanumeric passwords with their advantages in usability and security. However,they still tend to follow predictable patterns that are easier for attackers to exploit,probably due to users’ memory limitations. Various literatures show that baroque music has positive effects on human learning and memorizing. To alleviate users’ memory burden, we investigate the novel idea of introducing baroque music to graphical password schemes (specifically DAS, PassPoints and
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