Expand your user-authentication options with mouse dynamics

Use Perl, cnee, and custom algorithms to measure how specific users move the mouse and click buttons

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Nathan Harrington

Date archived: January 4, 2017 | First published: November 25, 2008

Learn how to apply the open source tools cnee and Perl in mouse-click dynamics to measure the more subtle characteristics of human-computer interaction. Then use the number and hold time of mouse-click events to help authenticate users.

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