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Lutz, O. H.-M., Kröger, J. L., Schneiderbauer, M., Kopankiewicz, J. M., Hauswirth, M., & Hermann, T. 2020, September 15—17 That password doesn't sound right: Interactive password strength sonification. Paper presented at The 15th International Conference on Audio Mostly, New York. 
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Resource type: Proceedings Article
Peer reviewed
DOI: 10.1145/3411109.3412299
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 978-1-4503-7563-4
BibTeX citation key: Lutz2020
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Categories: Sound Design
Keywords: Sonification
Creators: Groß-Vogt, Hauswirth, Hermann, Höldrich, Kopankiewicz, Kröger, Lutz, Schneiderbauer
Publisher: ACM (New York)
Collection: The 15th International Conference on Audio Mostly
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"Despite 2-factor authentication and other modern approaches, authentication
by password is still the most commonly used method
on the Internet. Unfortunately, as analyses show, many users still
choose weak and easy-to-guess passwords. To alleviate the significant
effects of this problem, systems often employ textual or
graphical feedback to make the user aware of this problem, which
often falls short on engaging the user and achieving the intended
user reaction, i.e., choosing a stronger password.
In this paper, we introduce auditory feedback as a complementary
method to remedy this problem, using the advantages of sound
as an affective medium. We investigate the conceptual space of
creating usable auditory feedback on password strength, including
functional and non-functional requirements, influences and
design constraints. We present web-based implementations of four
sonification designs for evaluating different characteristics of the
conceptual space and define a research roadmap for optimization,
evaluation and applications."
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