1st TIPPI Workshop: Trustworthy Interfaces for Passwords and Personal Information, Stanford University, USA
Präsentationen des ersten Workshops, der sich auf die Problematik des Phishins und seinen Variationen konzentriert.
1st TIPPI Workshop weiterlesen
Inside Risks 140, CACM 45, 2, February 2002
Oldtimers remember slashes (/) through zeros [or through the letter O where there was no difference] in program listings to avoid confusing them with the letter O. This has long been obsoleted by advances in editing tools and font differentiation. However, the underlying problem of character resemblance remains, and has now emerged as a security problem.
The Homograph Attack weiterlesen
Inside Risks 178, CACM 48, 4, April, 2005
Two-factor authentication isn’t our savior. It won’t defend against phishing. It’s not going to prevent identity theft. It’s not going to secure online accounts from fraudulent transactions. It solves the security problems we had ten years ago, not the security problems we have today.
Two-Factor Authentication: Too Little, Too Late weiterlesen
Financial Cryptography, 2005
Modeling and Preventing Phishing Attacks weiterlesen