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On the Security of Internet Banking in South Korea

Jan Dolecek

on 28 April 2010

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On the Security of Internet Banking in South Korea Jan Dolecek, FI MU
juzna.cz@gmail.com PV177
Introduction many advantages enthusiastic users curious security sued by OpenWeb IE + MS only proprietary Aim of paper describe security mechamisms in Korea evaluate it discuss it solution Security mechanisms properties user/server authentication confidentiality data integrity non-repudiation Korean properties detect and remove malware network access control anti-keylogger one-time password proprietary protocols SEED RSA+HMAC Secure and Authenticated
Communication Channel because of Crypto wars summary User Authentication password one-time password PIN certificate (PKI) physical token biometrics combines 2-3 -> secure PC is untrusted Not Effective? feature count is higher? security through obscurity Phishing attacks? Private key storage? Passphrase redundancy? Firewall Anti-virus Keystroke encryption Security proof? User issues
70% prefer other banks Compatibility problems Difficulty "False" better security Speed Recommendations Provide more options User-friendly documentation Compatible and/or open
mechanisms Trustworthy approach Virtualization Bootable USB token CAP device Conclusion Q&A Thank you Korean banking non-secure non-compatible non-standard Solution TLS Trusted platform CAP devices ActiveX firewall anti-virus anti-keylogger secure tunnel
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