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CERB Banking: How to secure online banking and keep the users happy?

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Abstract: CERB Banking is an authentication system used to secure authentication to online banking sites as well as to sign transactions. The main authentication method is mobile application, which generates one-time passwords and confirmation codes to sign transactions.

To our knowledge CERB Banking deployed in 2008 for Eurobank in Poland was the first such solution in the world: a mobile application that was able to protect users against Man-in-the-Browser attacks by presenting transaction details and sign transactions.

The talk will provide in-depth analysis of the system and mobile application security, including details not disclosed anywhere else.

Bio: Pawel Jakub Dawidek is coowner of the WHEEL Systems company and the main architect of the CERB authentication system. Pawel is also long time FreeBSD committer working mostly on security- and storage-related aspects of the system.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Security Seminar series.

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