JP5211918B2 - Portable terminal device and authentication management method - Google Patents

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JP5211918B2
JP5211918B2 JP2008196645A JP2008196645A JP5211918B2 JP 5211918 B2 JP5211918 B2 JP 5211918B2 JP 2008196645 A JP2008196645 A JP 2008196645A JP 2008196645 A JP2008196645 A JP 2008196645A JP 5211918 B2 JP5211918 B2 JP 5211918B2
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  The present invention relates to a security code management technique for personal authentication of a mobile phone.

It is necessary to set various passwords such as a terminal lock password, a network password, and a SIM card lock password for the mobile phone.
Since many types of passwords need to be registered on a single mobile phone, many users register one number such as date of birth as their password, but the danger of theft or loss is very high.
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  Therefore, a simple and safe password management method is required.

  The problem of the present invention is that even if a personal identification number that can be easily read by another person is set, the step number information is added to the value to make it difficult to read, and the personal identification number management using the step number information is easier. To make it secure.

The first mode is premised on an authentication management device, method, or program for a portable terminal device including a pedometer.
The display operation control unit (101) outputs an inquiry as to whether or not the authentication screen can be displayed based on a user operation, and controls whether the authentication screen is displayed or not by inputting a response indicating whether or not the authentication screen can be displayed. .

  When an inquiry about whether or not to display the authentication screen is input from the display operation control unit, the authentication processing control unit (102) inquires the pedometer to acquire the number of steps, and the acquired number of steps is used for displaying the authentication screen. If it is determined that the condition is satisfied and it is determined that the condition is satisfied, a response indicating that the authentication screen can be displayed is displayed. If it is determined that the condition is not satisfied, a response indicating that the authentication screen cannot be displayed is displayed. Output to the display operation control unit. For example, the authentication processing control unit outputs a response indicating that the authentication screen can be displayed when the pedometer measures the number of steps greater than or equal to a predetermined number. Alternatively, for example, when the pedometer measures a predetermined step pattern, the authentication processing control unit outputs a response indicating that the authentication screen can be displayed.

The second mode is premised on an authentication management device, method, or program for a portable terminal device that includes a pedometer.
The display operation control unit (101) displays an authentication screen based on a user operation, causes the user to input and output a password through the authentication screen, inputs an authentication result of the password, and indicates the authentication result. Display the authentication result screen.

When the personal identification number is input from the display operation control unit, the authentication processing control unit (102) inquires the pedometer to acquire the number of steps, authenticates the personal identification number based on the acquired number of steps, and displays the authentication result. Output to the operation control unit. For example, when the password is input from the display operation control unit, the authentication processing control unit obtains the number of steps at a predetermined time by inquiring of the pedometer, and between the acquired number of steps and a preset password. Addition / subtraction is executed, and the result of the addition / subtraction is compared with the password entered from the display operation control unit to authenticate the password. Alternatively, for example, when the password is input from the display operation control unit, the authentication processing control unit obtains the number of steps at a predetermined time by inquiring of the pedometer, and the acquired number of steps and the code number input from the display operation control unit Are compared to authenticate the password.

  According to the present invention, the authentication code number can be managed with different numerical values at all times or regularly, and even the authentication screen is displayed only when it matches the conditions set by the user. The number of steps indicated by the pedometer, which is useful for preventing information leakage and can be easily recognized only by the user, can be applied to the authentication screen display and PIN setting, so it is possible to obtain a greater effect than conventional authentication number management methods Become.

The best mode for carrying out the present invention will be described below in detail with reference to the drawings.
FIG. 1 is a functional configuration diagram of the mobile phone according to the present embodiment.
The mobile phone according to the present embodiment includes a display operation control unit 101 that performs control such as input of a personal identification number to a user and display of an authentication result, an authentication processing control unit 102 that performs management of personal identification numbers and authentication processing, And a pedometer control unit 103 that performs step count management and step count management.

When the display operation control unit 101 receives a user operation, the display operation control unit 101 inquires of the authentication processing control unit 102 whether or not to display an authentication screen.
Upon receiving the inquiry about whether or not to display the authentication screen, the authentication processing control unit 102 requests the pedometer control unit 103 for the number of steps information of the user at that time.

The pedometer control unit 103 notifies the authentication process control unit 102 of the latest step count information.
The authentication process control unit 102 that has acquired the step count information determines whether or not the acquired step count satisfies the conditions for displaying the authentication screen. If the conditions are satisfied, permission to display the authentication screen is not satisfied. In this case, the display operation control unit 101 is responded that the authentication screen display is not permitted.

When the step number information is used for the personal identification number itself, permission to use the step number information for the personal identification number is obtained in advance by user setting. In this case, the user can freely set the following settings.

A password obtained by adding or subtracting the current or previous day's number of steps to the password set by the user himself / herself is used as the password.
・ The number of steps at the present time or the previous day shall be a PIN that can be used on the day.

When the setting information as described above is managed by the authentication processing control unit 102 and a password is input from the user on the authentication screen display, the authentication processing is performed with the password that is valid at that time.

  In the present embodiment, information that is always variable, such as step count information, is used for the personal identification number, so that it is possible to protect the mobile phone (personal information therein) with a personal identification number that is more secure than before.

FIG. 2 is a diagram showing an operation sequence for displaying a mobile phone authentication screen using step count information.
The display operation control unit 101 that has detected the lock release request (S201) makes an inquiry as to whether or not the authentication processing control unit 102 can display the authentication screen (S202).

Upon receiving the inquiry, the authentication processing control unit 102 makes a step count information request to the pedometer control unit 103 in order to acquire the step count information at that time (S203).
The pedometer control unit 103 notifies the authentication process control unit 102 of the latest step count information at the time of receiving the request (S204).

  Upon receiving the step count information, the authentication processing control unit 102 determines whether or not the step count matches the display condition of the authentication screen preset by the user (S205), and if it matches, displays the authentication screen ( In S206, control is performed so that the authentication screen is not displayed if they do not match (S207).

FIG. 3 is a diagram illustrating an example of user settings in advance when the step count information is used as an authentication screen display condition.
When the user selects to use the step count information as the display condition of the authentication screen (S301 is “Yes”), in the present embodiment, the following setting patterns A to F can be set (S302). FIG. 4 is a diagram showing a specific example until an authentication screen is displayed in each pattern.


<Pattern A>
When the user wants to release the lock, he / she is prompted to walk again to display the authentication screen, and the authentication screen is displayed when the number of steps at that time exceeds the set value of the user. (See Fig. 4 (a))

<Pattern B>
When the user wants to unlock, if the number of steps he has walked is an even number of steps, an authentication screen is displayed. (See Fig. 4 (b))

<Pattern C>
When the user wants to unlock, the authentication screen is displayed when the number of steps he has walked is an odd number. (See Fig. 4 (b))

<Pattern D>
When the user wants to unlock, the authentication screen is displayed when the last digit of the number of steps he has walked is 4 or less. (See Fig. 4 (b))

<Pattern E>
When the user wants to unlock, the authentication screen is displayed when the last digit of the number of steps he has walked is 5 or more. (See Fig. 4 (b))

<Pattern F>
When the user wants to unlock, the authentication screen is displayed when the value of the second digit of the number of steps he has walked so far matches the user's set value. (See Fig. 4 (c))

FIG. 5 is a diagram showing a setting example when the step count information is used for the authentication password.
By performing the following settings in advance, when the user tries to release the lock state of the mobile phone, authentication is performed with the authentication code number using the step count information. This setting control operation is executed in cooperation by the display operation control unit 101 and the authentication processing control unit 102 in FIG.

First, the user confirms whether or not the step count information is used for the authentication password (S501).
When the user selects not to use the step count information, the password registered by the user is directly used as the authentication password (setting 1).

When the user selects to use the step count information, the user is confirmed which step to use is the step count information immediately before the authentication or the previous step count information (S502).
When the user selects to use the step count information immediately before the authentication, the usage method is confirmed by the user (S503).

  When the user selects to use the step count information immediately before authentication as the authentication code number as it is, when the user selects to use the step number information immediately before authentication added to the authentication code number. Setting 3 and setting 4 are set when it is selected that the authentication code number is subtracted from the step count information immediately before the authentication and used.

Also, when the user selects to use the step count information of the previous day, the usage method is confirmed by the user (S504).
Setting 5 when the user uses the previous day's step information as it is, setting 6 when the user chooses to use the previous day's step information by adding it to the authentication password, and authentication password from the previous day's step information. If it is selected that subtraction is used, setting 7 is set.

The operations in each setting are collectively shown in FIG.
As an example, when the password registered by the user is 0123, the current number of steps is 1234, and the previous day's number of steps is 9876, the authentication password for each setting 1 to 7 is shown below, and FIG. Shown in (c).
Setting 1 : Since the user registered password is used as it is, the authentication password is 0123.
Setting 2 : The current code is used as it is, so the authentication code number is 1234.
Setting 3 : 0123 (user registration password) + 1234 (current step count), and the authentication password is 1357.
Setting 4 : 1234 (current number of steps) −0123 (user registered password), and the authentication password is 1111.
-Setting 5 : Since the number of steps of the previous day is used as it is, the authentication code number is 9876.
Setting 6 : 0123 (user registration password) +9876 (steps the previous day), and the authentication password is 9999.
Setting 7 : 9876 (number of steps the previous day)-0123 (user registered password), and the authentication password is 9553.

  FIG. 6 is a diagram showing an example of a hardware configuration of a mobile phone system or a portable computer system that can realize the above system.

  The computer shown in FIG. 6 includes a CPU 601, a memory 602, an input device 603, an output device 604, an external storage device 605, a portable recording medium driving device 606 into which a portable recording medium 609 is inserted, and a network connection device 607. However, they are connected to each other by a bus 608. The configuration shown in the figure is an example of a computer that can implement the above system, and such a computer is not limited to this configuration.

  The CPU 601 controls the entire computer. The memory 602 is a memory such as a RAM that temporarily stores a program or data stored in the external storage device 605 (or the portable recording medium 609) when executing a program, updating data, or the like. The CUP 601 performs overall control by reading the program into the memory 602 and executing it.

  The input device 603 includes, for example, a keyboard, a mouse, etc. and their interface control devices. The input device 603 detects an input operation by the user using a keyboard, a mouse, or the like, and notifies the CPU 601 of the detection result.

  The output device 604 includes a display device, a printing device, etc. and their interface control devices. The output device 604 outputs data sent under the control of the CPU 601 to a display device or a printing device.

The external storage device 605 is, for example, a flash memory or a hard disk storage device. Mainly used for storing various data and programs.
The portable recording medium driving device 606 accommodates a portable recording medium 609 such as SDRAM or CompactFlash (registered trademark), and has an auxiliary role of the external storage device 605.

The network connection device 607 is a device for connecting a communication line such as a telephone line or a wireless network.
For example, the mobile phone shown in FIG. 1 is realized by the CPU 601 executing a program in which each function such as the above-described display operation control unit 101, authentication processing control unit 102, pedometer control unit 103, and the like is executed. For example, the program may be recorded and distributed in the external storage device 605 or the portable recording medium 609, or may be acquired from the network by the network connection device 607.

Regarding the above embodiment, the following additional notes are disclosed.
(Appendix 1)
An authentication management device for a portable terminal device comprising a pedometer,
A display operation control means for outputting an inquiry as to whether or not the authentication screen can be displayed based on a user operation, and inputting a response indicating whether or not the authentication screen can be displayed and controlling the display or non-display of the authentication screen;
If an inquiry about whether or not to display the authentication screen is input from the display operation control means, the pedometer is inquired to obtain the number of steps, and whether the obtained number of steps satisfies the condition for displaying the authentication screen If it is determined that the condition is satisfied, a response indicating that the authentication screen can be displayed is displayed. If it is determined that the condition is not satisfied, a response indicating that the authentication screen cannot be displayed is displayed. Authentication processing control means for outputting to the operation control means;
An authentication management device comprising:
(Appendix 2)
The authentication processing control means outputs a response indicating that the authentication screen can be displayed when the pedometer measures a predetermined number of steps or more.
The authentication management device according to Supplementary Note 1, wherein:
(Appendix 3)
The authentication processing control means outputs a response indicating that the authentication screen can be displayed when the pedometer measures a predetermined step pattern.
The authentication management device according to Supplementary Note 1, wherein:
(Appendix 4)
An authentication management device for a portable terminal device comprising a pedometer,
Display operation for displaying an authentication screen based on a user operation, causing the user to input and output a password via the authentication screen, inputting an authentication result of the password, and displaying an authentication result screen indicating the authentication result Control means;
When the personal identification number is input from the display operation control means, the pedometer is inquired to obtain the number of steps, the personal identification number is authenticated based on the obtained number of steps, and the authentication result is sent to the display manipulation control means. Authentication processing control means for outputting;
An authentication management device comprising:
(Appendix 5)
The authentication processing control means obtains the number of steps at a predetermined time by inquiring of the pedometer when the password number is input from the display operation control means, and the acquired number of steps and a preset password number Adding / subtracting between them, and comparing the result of the addition / subtraction with the code number input from the display operation control means to authenticate the code number;
The authentication management device according to appendix 4, wherein
(Appendix 6)
The authentication processing control means obtains the number of steps at a predetermined time by inquiring of the pedometer when the password is inputted from the display operation control means, and the obtained step number and the password inputted from the display operation control means. Comparing the number to authenticate the PIN,
The authentication management device according to appendix 4, wherein
(Appendix 7)
An authentication management method for a portable terminal device comprising a pedometer,
Outputting an inquiry about whether or not to display the authentication screen based on a user operation from the display operation control means ;
When an inquiry about whether or not to display the authentication screen is input from the display operation control means, the step of inquiring the pedometer to obtain the number of steps;
Determining whether the acquired number of steps satisfies a condition for displaying the authentication screen;
Outputting a response indicating that the authentication screen can be displayed when it is determined that the condition is satisfied;
Outputting a response indicating that the authentication screen cannot be displayed when it is determined that the condition is not satisfied;
Displaying the authentication screen when a response indicating that the authentication screen can be displayed is input;
Not displaying the authentication screen when inputting a response indicating that the authentication screen cannot be displayed;
An authentication management method using a pedometer, characterized by comprising:
(Appendix 8)
An authentication management method for a portable terminal device comprising a pedometer,
Displaying an authentication screen based on a user operation;
Allowing the user to input a password via the authentication screen;
When the password is entered, inquiring the pedometer to obtain the number of steps;
Authenticating the personal identification number based on the acquired number of steps;
Displaying an authentication result screen indicating the result of the authentication;
An authentication management method using a pedometer, characterized by comprising:
(Appendix 9)
In a computer built in a portable terminal device equipped with a pedometer,
A function of outputting an inquiry about whether or not to display the authentication screen based on a user operation from the display operation control means ;
A function for inquiring of the pedometer to obtain the number of steps when an inquiry about whether or not to display the authentication screen is input from the display operation control means;
A function of determining whether the acquired number of steps satisfies a condition for displaying the authentication screen;
A function of outputting a response indicating that the authentication screen can be displayed when it is determined that the condition is satisfied;
A function of outputting a response indicating that the authentication screen cannot be displayed when it is determined that the condition is not satisfied;
A function for displaying the authentication screen when a response indicating that the authentication screen can be displayed is input;
A function of not displaying the authentication screen when inputting a response indicating that the authentication screen cannot be displayed;
A program for running
(Appendix 10)
In a computer built in a portable terminal device equipped with a pedometer,
A function to display an authentication screen based on a user operation;
A function for allowing a user to input a password via the authentication screen;
A function of obtaining the number of steps by inquiring of the pedometer when the password is entered;
A function of authenticating the personal identification number based on the acquired number of steps;
A function of displaying an authentication result screen indicating the result of the authentication;
A program for running

It is a block diagram of the mobile telephone by this embodiment. It is the figure which showed the operation | movement sequence until the authentication screen display using a pedometer. It is the figure which showed the prior user setting example at the time of step count information being utilized for authentication screen display conditions. It is the figure which showed the specific example until an authentication screen is displayed in each pattern. It is the figure which showed the example of a setting when step count information is utilized for a password for authentication. It is a figure which shows an example of the hardware constitutions of a mobile telephone system or a portable computer system.

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101 Display Operation Control Unit 102 Authentication Processing Control Unit 103 Pedometer Control Unit 601 CPU (Central Processing Unit)
602 Memory 603 Input device 604 Output device 605 External storage device 606 Portable recording medium drive device 607 Network connection device 608 Bus 609 Portable recording medium

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  1. A portable terminal device comprising a pedometer,
    A display operation control unit that outputs an inquiry as to whether or not the authentication screen can be displayed based on a user operation, inputs a response indicating whether or not to display the authentication screen, and controls display or non-display of the authentication screen;
    If an inquiry about whether or not to display the authentication screen is input from the display operation control unit, the pedometer is inquired to obtain the number of steps, and whether the obtained number of steps satisfies the condition for displaying the authentication screen If it is determined that the condition is satisfied, a response indicating that the authentication screen can be displayed is displayed. If it is determined that the condition is not satisfied, a response indicating that the authentication screen cannot be displayed is displayed. An authentication processing control unit for outputting to the operation control unit;
    A portable terminal device comprising:
  2. A portable terminal device comprising a pedometer,
    Display operation for displaying an authentication screen based on a user operation, causing the user to input and output a password via the authentication screen, inputting an authentication result of the password, and displaying an authentication result screen indicating the authentication result A control unit;
    When the personal identification number is input from the display operation control unit, the pedometer is inquired to acquire the number of steps, the personal identification number is authenticated based on the acquired number of steps, and the authentication result is sent to the display operation control unit. An authentication processing control unit to output;
    A portable terminal device comprising:
  3. The authentication processing control unit obtains the number of steps at a predetermined time by inquiring of the pedometer when the code number is input from the display operation control unit, and the acquired number of steps and a preset code number Performing addition / subtraction between them and comparing the result of the addition / subtraction with the password entered from the display operation control unit to authenticate the password, or
    When the password is input from the display operation control unit, the authentication processing control unit obtains the number of steps at a predetermined time by inquiring of the pedometer, and the acquired number of steps and the password input from the display operation control unit Comparing the number to authenticate the PIN,
    The mobile terminal device according to claim 2.
  4. An authentication management method for a portable terminal device comprising a pedometer,
    Outputting an inquiry about whether or not to display the authentication screen based on a user operation from the display operation control unit ;
    When an inquiry about whether or not to display the authentication screen is input from the display operation control unit, the step of inquiring the pedometer to obtain the number of steps;
    Determining whether the acquired number of steps satisfies a condition for displaying the authentication screen;
    Outputting a response indicating that the authentication screen can be displayed when it is determined that the condition is satisfied;
    Outputting a response indicating that the authentication screen cannot be displayed when it is determined that the condition is not satisfied;
    Displaying the authentication screen when a response indicating that the authentication screen can be displayed is input;
    Not displaying the authentication screen when inputting a response indicating that the authentication screen cannot be displayed;
    An authentication management method using a pedometer, characterized by comprising:
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