This paper presents a secure real-time remote user authentication system based on dymic handwritten sigture verification. The system allows users to establish their identities to other parties in real-time via a trusted verification server. The system can be used to gain remote access to restricted content on a server or to verify a sigture on a legal document. State of the art dymic verification techniques are combined with proven cryptographic methods to develop a secure model for remote handwritten sigture verification.
International Conference on E-Business and Telecommunication Networks (2005)
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