A Child-Friendly Authentication (CFA)
Keywords:Password, authentication, child friendly, multifactor authentication, graphical authentication.
A child-friendly authentication system that uses graphic images is an excellent solution to avoid potential electronic risks to children from attackers. This report provides a summary of building a child-friendly authentication system by replacing the traditional text-based authentication method with an image-based authentication method. Where some studies and authors’ research have presented the benefits of using images as passwords and that it is considered the best compared to the text password, on the grounds that the human mind has more ability to remember images faster than text. In addition, this report included some of the applications and examples of using this technology in advance for adults. This report covered many critical points related to building a graphical authentication system for children. The results of previous research have added valuable information to this report. Finally, this report contains the challenges we may encounter while applying this technique, and how to avoid them.
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