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Literature Survey On Enhanced Three-Factor Security Protocol For Consumer USB Mass Storage Devices


Kirti Kamthe , KJEI?s Trinity Academy of Engineering, Pune; Kavita Phadatare, KJEI?s Trinity Academy of Engineering, Pune; Monika Jadhav, KJEI?s Trinity Academy of Engineering, Pune; Prithviraj chavan, KJEI?s Trinity Academy of Engineering, Pune


Authentication, Mass Storage Device, USB


USB stands for universal serial bus, it is very famous and accepted as bridge for connecting different computer systems and its peripherals. Generally, user uses USB as MSD (Mass Storage Device) as it is very convenient and easily connects to computer system. As it is very easy to connect means it has more drawbacks. USB can get attacked by different attacks such as replay attack, password guessing attack, denial of services attack. And for saving from these attacks we are proposing new technique called as three factor security protocol. From the previous papers we have learnt different techniques. From the first paper wireless communication authentication scheme with anonymity have been analysed. Also security errors with sensible cards within three user authentication scheme based on password is learnt from another paper. After that Li-Hwang’s has improved the user authentication scheme based on password and smart card. Jong-Hyouk Lee implemented work for HOTA (Handover Optimized Ticket Based Authentication) for enabling MN The implemented protocol is described with precise analysis of security with analysis of cost computation with practical. All this analysis explains importance of using USB-MSD to its users.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV4I100068
Published in: Volume : 4, Issue : 10
Publication Date: 01/01/2017
Page(s): 110-112

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