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HOTP: An HMAC-Based One-Time Password Algorithm
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This document describes an algorithm to generate one-time password values, based on Hashed Message Authentication Code (HMAC). Expand
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TOTP: Time-Based One-Time Password Algorithm
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This document describes an extension of one-time password algorithm HOTP as defined in [RFC4226] to support time based moving factor. Expand
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Can D.S.A. be Improved? Complexity Trade-Offs with the Digital Signature Standard
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This paper presents a family of DSA-compatible protocols precisely designed to simplify the signer and the verifier’s work whenever possible. Expand
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Batch exponentiation: a fast DLP-based signature generation strategy
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A batch exponentiation technique which allows the generation of large sets of exponentials without introducing any bias between the ks. Expand
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A noise bifurcation architecture for linear additive physical functions
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We present the first architecture for linear additive physical functions where the noise seen by the adversary and the noise Seen by the verifier are bifurcated by using a randomized decimation technique and a novel response recovery method at an authentication verification server. Expand
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Designing a Trade-Off Between Usability and Security: A Metrics Based-Model
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The design of usable yet secure systems raises crucial questions when it comes to balancing properly security and usability. Expand
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Lightweight and Secure PUF Key Storage Using Limits of Machine Learning
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A lightweight and secure key storage scheme using silicon Physical Unclonable Functions (PUFs) is described. Expand
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Cryptographic smart cards
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This article surveys the existing crypto-dedicated microprocessors and describes some of their possible evolutions. Expand
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Mix-Based Electronic Payments
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We introduce a new payment architecture that limits the power of an attacker while providing the honest user with privacy, and results in an efficient scheme which is well-suited for smartcard-based payment schemes over the Internet. Expand
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Electronic Payments: Where Do We Go from Here?
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This paper is associated with a panel discussion whose purpose is to address the reasons why the international e-commerce market has rejected proposed solutions, and to suggest new ways for electronic payments to be used over the Internet, avoiding the problems inherent in credit card transactions. Expand
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