Usually the authentication scheme the user undergoes is particularly very lenient or very strict. With all the means of technology developing, it has become very easy for others to fabricate or to steal identity or to hack someone’s password. Users nowadays are provided with major password stereotypes such as textual passwords, biometric scanning, tokens or cards (such as an ATM) etc .Mostly textual passwords follow an encryption algorithm. Biometric scanning is your "natural" signature and Cards or Tokens prove your validity. But some people hate the fact to carry around their cards, some refuse to undergo strong IR exposure to their retinas(Biometric scanning).Mostly textual passwords, nowadays, are kept very simple say a word from the dictionary or their pet names etc
Therefore the idea of 3D passwords, are more customizable and very interesting way of authentication. This is an additional textual password which the user can simply put. Once he goes through the first authentication, a 3D virtual room will open on the screen for e.g. a garage. Now in a day to day garage one will find all sorts of tools, equipments, etc. each of them having unique properties. The user will then interact with these properties accordingly. Each object in the 3D space, can be moved around in an (x,y,z) plane. That’s the moving attribute of each object. This property is common to all the objects in the space. That can be identified as an authentication. Only the true user understands and recognizes the object which he has to choose among many. This is the Recall and Recognition part of human memory coming into play. There can be levels of authentication a user can undergo which can be implemented so as to enhance security.
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