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IDENTIFICATION TOKENS OR - SOLVING THE CHESS GRANDMASTER PROBLEM

BETH, T; DESMEDT, Y; (1991) IDENTIFICATION TOKENS OR - SOLVING THE CHESS GRANDMASTER PROBLEM. LECT NOTES COMPUT SC , 537 169 - 176.

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Abstract

Fiat and Shamir have proposed to use zero-knowledge interactive proofs to obtain secure identification mechanisms. Real time attacks in which active eaves-droppers relay questions and answers or in which the prover helps deliberately an impersonator have been described [4]. In this paper a solution against such frauds is given and (based on some physical assumptions) it is proved that the solution protects against the real-time attacks.

Type:Article
Title:IDENTIFICATION TOKENS OR - SOLVING THE CHESS GRANDMASTER PROBLEM
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Computer Science

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