Using Near-Realtime Voice Data for Communication Authentication (poster)
Date: August 2014
Publication: 23rd USENIX Security Symposium, SEC '14
Source 1: http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Depeng_Li/publication/265339446_Using_Near-Realtime_Voice_Data_for_Communication_Authentication/links/540965ea0cf2718acd3d0b41?origin=publication_detail
Abstract or Summary:
In the modern crypto-world authentic communication channels are created from an authentically pre-shared public key before information can reliably be transfered. This poster paper proposes to discuss the merits of using a person's voice as pre-shared token to establish the public key for message authentication. The challenges include reliably verifying a known voice in the light of factors such as various conversion and compression aspects as well as malicious attacks on the system such as spoofed voices.
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