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ACM SIGACT News
We present a new authentication protocol called Delayed Password Disclosure (DPD). Based on the traditional username and password paradigm, the protocol's goal is aimed at reducing the effectiveness of phishing/spoofing attacks that are becoming increasingly problematic for Internet users. This is done by providing the user with dynamic feedback while password entry occurs. While this is a process that would normally be frowned upon by the cryptographic community, we argue that it may result indoi:10.1145/1324215.1324228 fatcat:mmtijq5vrvckxbzwzpgphfpouu