Captchæcker: Reconfigurable CAPTCHAs Based on Automated Security and Usability Analysis
Javed, Y, Nazir, M, Khan, MM, Khayam, SA and Li, SJ (2012) Captchæcker: Reconfigurable CAPTCHAs Based on Automated Security and Usability Analysis In: 4th Symposium on Configuration Analytics and Automation (SafeConfig 2011), 2011-10-31 - 2011-11-01, Arlington, VA, USA.
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CAPTCHAs have been deployed ubiquitously by web sites to combat automated malicious programs. Security against web bots and usability to legitimate users are two main goals that have to be simultaneously satisfied when designing a useful CAPTCHA scheme. However, there exists a well-known and intricate trade-off between these goals. So far, balancing this trade-off remains an art rather than a science, as we do not have any automated tools to evaluate the security and usability of CAPTCHAs and then to configure the CAPTCHA generation engine accordingly. In this position paper, we propose a general framework called Captchæcker that aims to solve this configuration problem by automating the security-usability analysis of CAPTCHAs. The proposed framework will allow dynamic reconfiguration of a CAPTCHA scheme after its securityusability goal is changed or its security is compromised due to an attack.
|Item Type:||Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)|
|Divisions :||Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences > Computing Science|
|Identification Number :||10.1109/SafeConfig.2011.6111665|
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|Depositing User :||Symplectic Elements|
|Date Deposited :||26 Jun 2012 11:12|
|Last Modified :||23 Sep 2013 19:26|
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