Re-CAPTCHA is a bi-directional challenge response test used on standalone and wireless devices to determine whether a recipient is an authorized human and not not a computer.

December 5, 2010 § Leave a comment

Re-CAPTCHA is a bi-directional challenge response test used on standalone and wireless devices to determine whether a recipient is an authorized human and not not a computer.

From the initial outset of establishing the credibility of solicited/unsolicited wireless communication(s), the remittance broker bears the onus of proving their credential to the recipient, just as much as it is expected of the recipient to prove their identity to the remittance broker.

This is achieved by the recipient examining a Re-CAPTCHA test(s) which is an Anti-Phishing test, issued by the remittance broker, to ensure that the intended recipient has received the communication; and to ensure that the recipient has the correct capability to accept or deny critical financial events.

If the recipient is satisfied with the remittance brokers anti-phishing credential, the recipient then proceeds to authorize or deny financial events such as credit card transactions flagged as suspicious or access to critical online resources. The recipient combines the token key, with that of the anti-phishing key, and their personal key which is randomized to protect the recipient’s static keys from reuse attackers.

Re-CAPTCHA achieve their objective of improving authenticated exchanges by being used in place of forgeable references. A forgeable reference (for example, a path name) identifies an object, but does not specify which access rights are appropriate for that object and the user program which holds that reference. Consequently, any attempt to access the referenced object must be validated by the operating system, typically via the use of an access control list (ACL). Instead, in a system with Re-CAPTCHA capabilities, the mere fact that a user program possesses that capability entitles it to use the referenced object in accordance with the rights that are specified by that capability.

 

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