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On the Security of Internet Banking in South Korea

Abstract:

South Korean Internet banking systems have a unique way of enforcing security controls. Users are obliged to install proprietary security software – typically an ActiveX plugin that implements a bundle of protection mechanisms in the user’s browser. The banks and their software suppliers claim that this provides trustworthy user platforms. One side-effect is that almost everyone in Korea uses IE rather than other browsers.

We conducted a survey of bank customers who use both Korean ...

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Hyoungshick Kim More by this author
Jun Ho Huh More by this author
Ross Anderson More by this author
Publication date:
2010-03-01
URN:
uuid:e3cf724a-ab9a-4f5a-87d0-b028e58fac7a
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cs:3442

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