Addressing human factors in the design of cryptographic solutions: a two-case study in item validation and authentication

Fabio PivaRicardo Dahab (advisor)

Designing secure cryptographic solutions from a purely theoretical perspective is not enough to guarantee their success in a realistic scenario. Many times, the assumptions under which these solutions are designed could not be further from real world necessities. One particular, often-overlooked aspect that may impact how the solution performs is how the final user interacts with it (i.e., human factors). In this work, we approach this issue by analyzing two well known application scenarios from Information Security research: The e-commerce of digital items and Internet banking.

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