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Physical authentication devices, such as smart cards and password tokens, were developed to eliminate certain weaknesses associated with passwords. A major benefit of cards and tokens is that they can t be shared with the same freedom as sharing passwords. If Cathy shares her token with someone else, the other person can log in, but Cathy cannot. In general, these devices store a large base secret (larger, in any case, than typical passwords). Since the token carries the secret, Cathy doesn t need to memorize it: she simply has to carry the token and have it available when she logs in. The devices usually contain a special procedure that uses the base secret to generate a hard-to-predict value for the authenticator. When Cathy needs to log in, her device generates the correct authenticator. Then she either types it in instead of a password, or she relies on a special authentication client to transmit the authenticator to the mail server. To authenticate Cathy, the mail server uses a specialized verification procedure designed for the particular device Cathy uses. Usually, however, these procedures won t accept the same authenticator value twice. This increases security since Henry can t intercept and reuse an authenticator transmitted by Cathy s device. However, it may also inconvenience Cathy if she is able to access her mail only from access points that have the particular device. The appropriate verification procedures usually fall into two categories: those using secret-key cryptography and those using public-key cryptography. The first password tokens were implemented using secret-key cryptography. To log in with one of the earliest tokens, Cathy needed to follow this procedure: 1. Cathy typed in her user name. 2. The server replied by displaying a numerical value, called the challenge.
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