Strong Authentication using Encrypted Negative Password

  • Priyankaselvi* V
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Passwords are mostly employed in every place within the world. Nowadays maintaining password is extremely difficult. Because Passwords could also be leaked from weak systems. passwords that are given by a human is easy to identified and cracked. Initially password given by a user’s often select weak passwords and it can be reused. Unauthorized person may enter into the login process and they hacked a Password very easily. Passwords are usually in the kind of hashed passwords. During this work it develops a Secured Smart lock using Strong Authentication. it's a raspberry pi connected to the Wi-Fi, a camera, a key pad system and a lock system. the house owner can give access to the guest by IoT. He can even send the One-time password to the guest mobile to enter into the house. The owner can view the one that is before of the door using the camera.




Priyankaselvi*, V., & Sivakami, Dr. R. (2020). Strong Authentication using Encrypted Negative Password. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 9(6), 1925–1929.

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