Passwordless Login method on a mobile device
Login options on different platforms are very important security components. This bachelor thesis deals with the topic "passwordless login". Is passwordless login now a blessing or a curse? A detailed discussion will be conducted here. The alternatives of these login possibilities are analyzed and presented with advantages and disadvantages.
- Melanie Kaimer
- Android smartphone LG G5
- Planned implementation with IntelliJ IDEA & Android Studio
Objective and results: practical Chapter excerpt from my Bachelor Thesis
- To use the pattern lock i need to prepare an App setup:
- I use a library as an existing framework and so it is possible to check what kind of movements the user is doing and if the validation is successful, the user gets a successful Android toast message. For the pattern view library setup, we need Jcenter. Jcenter is a framework pattern which contains pattern log view. For the design of the prototypical implementation, I will demonstrate how to protect an existing app using a pattern lock.
- When saving the XML files and running the app, the thickness of the points is not apparent, so i have to change the colors of white background and black dots on a black background with white dots. It is possible to change that with the background operant.
- One of the methods i need is Listener. Listener is invoked when the user wants to do something, such as moving the screen. Listener starts and then waits for a pattern-like movement of the user on the screen.
- An error message is either deleted or printed out. It can additionally lead to a locking of the device. Optionally, there are color adjustments or optical adjustments of the lines.
- The objective of my work is to use a passwordless login method on a mobile device to verify the security of this pattern lock authentication and to show security vulnerabilities.
- Bachelorthesis 1 (2019-2020)
- Android util log
- OnCompleteListener for Android