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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Password authentication is widely used to validate users' identities because it is convenient to use, easy for users to remember, and simple to implement. The password authentication protocol transmits passwords in plaintext, which makes the authentication vulnerable to eavesdropping and replay attacks, and several protocols have been proposed to protect against this. However, we find that secure password authentication protocols are often implemented incorrectly in Android applications (apps).doi:10.1007/978-3-030-29959-0_30 fatcat:goawwvkvobcfhcfq7or2j7vy54