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JPAST is biannual multidisciplinary journal starting from July 2011. Articles are invited for July 21 issue.
Implementation of a Location Based Remote Client Authentication Protocol for Book Store – Dr. Vaibhav Jain.

Implementation of a Location Based Remote Client
Authentication Protocol for Book Store

Dr. Vaibhav Jain
Physics Department, DAV (PG) College, Bulandshahr, UP, India.

Mobile networks are driven by the need to provide more advanced services to mobile or nomadic computing devices, such as security services requiring remote client authentication. In such services, the user’s location might be used as authentication factor, in addition to the typical authentication factors, like passwords, or one time tokens combined with the use of a physical device that a person owns, such as a card or a phone. To implement location based remote protocol which provides Secure Payment System from remote location and make the successful transaction from user account to Clients as well as authenticate user and location since the location information itself is subject to forging attacks, additional mechanisms must be used to certify its integrity. We implemented location based remote authentication protocol, a new protocol combining several authentication factors to securely authenticate a mobile user. In this protocol, the user’s location can be determined and its correctness is certified by a third trusted party, called Local Element. As use case, we considered the payment service at the book stores, and we proposed a location based service exploiting one time codes and certified position for secure payment operations.

Keywords: Authentication, Global Positioning System (GPS), Spoofing.

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