Internet Banking Two-Factor Authentication using Smartphones
Keywords:OTP, TOTP, HOTP, token, internet banking, two-factor authentication
AbstractThis paper describes a method of implementing two-factor authentication using smart phones as software tokens. The proposed system will use the mobile phone as a software token and generate unique one time passwords (OTP) that will be used when authenticating to an Internet Banking application. The tokens can also serve as a method of signing online money orders. We will prove in this article the cost efficiency of the proposed architecture for both consumers and companies.
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Alecu F., Internet Banking, Informatica Economică, nr. 4 (40), 2006, pp. 104 – 106, ISSN 1453-1305
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