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ZERO-KNOWLEDGE BASED IDENTIFICATION - FROM A THEORETICAL CONCEPT TOWARDS A PRACTICAL TOKEN

BURMESTER, M; DESMEDT, Y; (1992) ZERO-KNOWLEDGE BASED IDENTIFICATION - FROM A THEORETICAL CONCEPT TOWARDS A PRACTICAL TOKEN. IFIP TRANS A , 13 479 - 485.

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Abstract

We overview various attacks on identification systems based on zero-knowledge proofs, and measures to prevent them. We also consider the efficiency of zero-knowledge proofs and overview protocols with a low communication and computation complexity. We conclude that with today's technology it is possible to make identification tokens which are secure and efficient.

Type: Article
Title: ZERO-KNOWLEDGE BASED IDENTIFICATION - FROM A THEORETICAL CONCEPT TOWARDS A PRACTICAL TOKEN
Keywords: OPERATING SYSTEMS, SECURITY AND PROTECTION, DATA ENCRYPTION, COMPUTERS AND SOCIETY, SOCIAL ISSUES, SHAMIR
UCL classification: UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Computer Science
URI: http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/139088
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