Computer Security – ESORICS 2009: 14th European Symposium on by Thorsten Holz, Markus Engelberth, Felix Freiling (auth.),

By Thorsten Holz, Markus Engelberth, Felix Freiling (auth.), Michael Backes, Peng Ning (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the lawsuits of the 14th ecu Symposium on study in laptop safeguard, ESORICS 2009, held in Saint-Malo, France, in September 2009.

The forty two papers integrated within the e-book have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 220 papers. the subjects lined are community defense, details circulation, language dependent safety, entry keep an eye on, privateness, disbursed platforms safety, defense primitives, internet safeguard, cryptography, protocols, and platforms protection and forensics.

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More specifically, based on the meta-data it holds, the local IdA includes in the AT a list of identity attributes to be released, and signs it with the user’s private key so that the remote IdA can verify the authenticity of the token. The local IdA sends a message including the AT and the RP Nonce to the RP. This message is signed with the user’s private key so that the RP can verify the signature on the RP Nonce. The RP then forwards the AT to the user’s remote IdA, requesting the user’s identity credential.

Overview of GUIDE-ME Architecture 22 D. Mashima, M. Ahamad, and S. Kannan identity provider, a RP verifies a requester’s credential ownership through the requester’s signature on a nonce chosen by the RP (RP Nonce). As introduced earlier, GUIDE-ME utilizes two types of identity agents, a local IdA and remote IdA. A local IdA on a user device stores a user’s private key and meta-data which allows it to refer to identity credentials stored on a remote IdA. A local IdA also manages and checks user’s identity-related policies about the disclosure of identity attributes.

Finally, it sends an Identity Credential Message to the RP. Monitoring Agent. On receiving a Monitoring Request Message from a RP, a monitoring agent makes its own partial signature on the IT in the message, which should already have two partial signatures, and then combines three partial signatures into one complete signature. Finally, it returns a Monitoring Response Message to the RP. A monitoring agent could block a transaction or raise an alarm in a real-time manner when identity misuse is suspected.

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