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Table 1 Examples of common e-authentication instruments

From: Acceptability of the e-authentication in higher education studies: views of students with special educational needs and disabilities

Knowledge-based Possession-based Biometrics Content-based Others
Password Smart card Facial image Anti-plagiarism Location
Username Security tag Voice Analyse written text style IP address
Code ATM card Keystroke rhythm   Timestamp
Pin Mobile phone Fingerprint   
Pattern   Signature