Phillip L. Hellewell

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Designing a distributed system with the characteristics of reliability and trustworthiness is an important issue. Yet another important issue in the distributed system is the access of remote system which can be achieved on the basis of certain access rights, policies or authorization semantics. The aim of this paper is to establish a collaborative trust(More)
Convenient Decentralized Authentication using Passwords Timothy W. van der Horst Department of Computer Science Doctor of Philosophy Passwords are a very convenient way to authenticate. In terms of simplicity and portability they are very difficult to match. Nevertheless, current password-based login mechanisms are vulnerable to phishing attacks and(More)
Kerberos is a well-established authentication system. As new authentication methods arise, incorporating them into Kerberos is desirable. However, extending Kerberos poses challenges due to a lack of source code availability for some implementations and a lengthy standardization process. This paper presents Extensible Pre-Authentication in Kerberos (EPAK),(More)
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