Applying the MCMSI for Online Educational Systems Using the Two-Factor Authentication

Shaymaa Taha Ahmed, Qusay Kanaan Kadhim, Hamid Sadeq Mahdi Alsultani, Widyan Salman abd almahdy



This paper researches the evolution process of what is called two-factor authentication technique and its adaptation related to the educational system through the Internet. This technique is a measure of security employed, particularly in scopes which have valuable information like bank services. It witnesses developments so far as today, in parallel with the developments occurring in technology. Since this technique consists of two phases, the security is going to be developed. Today, bank services, devices using the Internet of things, tickets of public transportation and lots of other scopes are utilized. In the information field, the researchers and scientists always update the techniques of two-factor authentication to resist the attacks related to security. Last years, the researchers studied novel technologies like behavioral biometric or biometrics. The training through the Internet may become much more useful than going to someplace to study a specific course. Mostly, the participants in the trainings through the Internet get many certificates for success, participation, etc. The principal problem is how to certify the truthiness of the participant who desires to get the certification. In this paper, and by researching the techniques of two-factor authentication, the Mimic Control Method with Sound Intensity (MCMSI) is proposed to be used for the training through the Internet.

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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) – eISSN: 1865-7923
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