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Passphone: Outsourcing Phone-based Web Authentication while Protecting User Privacy
Authors: Martin Potthast, Christian Forler, Eik List, Stefan LucksAbstract:
This work introduces PassPhone, a new smartphone-based authentication scheme that outsources user verification to a trusted third party without sacrificing privacy: neither can the trusted third party learn the relation between users and service providers, nor can service providers learn those of their users to others. When employed as a second factor in conjunction with, for instance, passwords as a first factor, our scheme maximizes the deployability of two-factor authentication for service providers while maintaining user privacy. We conduct a twofold formal analysis of our scheme, the first regarding its general security, and the second regarding anonymity and unlinkability of its users. Moreover, we provide an automatic analysis using AVISPA, a comparative evaluation to existing schemes under Bonneau et al.'s framework, and an evaluation of a prototypical implementation.
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