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– Hwang and Li proposed the first remote user authentication scheme using smart cards to solve the problems of Lamport scheme. Unfortunately, Hwang and Li's scheme has some security weaknesses. First, Chan-Chang, Shen-Lin-Hwang and then Chang-Hwang pointed out some attacks on Hwang – Li's scheme. This paper presents a new remote user authentication scheme(More)
Blind signature is the concept to ensure anonymity of e-coins. Untracebility and unlinkability are two main properties of real coins, which require mimicking electronically. Whenever a user is permitted to spend an e-coin, he is in need to fulfill above requirements of blind signature. This paper proposes a proxy blind signature scheme with which a proxy is(More)
Blind signature schemes enable a useful protocol that guarantee the anonymity of the participants while Signcryption offers authentication of message and confidentiality of messages at the same time and more efficiently. In this paper, we present a blind signcryption scheme that combines the functionality of blind signature and signcryption. This blind(More)
This report describes a patient on continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD) who developed acute pancreatitis with pseudocyst formation and cloudy dialysate with pleocytosis in the absence of bacterial or fungal organisms. To our knowledge, pancreatitis, in the absence of hypertriglyceridemia in a CAPD patient, has not been previously reported. There(More)
In 2001, Rivest et al. firstly introduced the concept of ring signatures. A ring signature is a simplified group signature without any manager. It protects the anonymity of a signer. The first scheme proposed by Rivest et al. was based on RSA cryptosystem and certificate based public key setting. The first ring signature scheme based on DLP was proposed by(More)
— In 2000, Hwang and Li proposed a remote user authentication scheme using smart cards to solve the problems of Lamport scheme. Later, Chan-Chang, Shen-Lin-Hwang and then Chang-Hwang pointed out some attacks on Hwang – Li's scheme. In 2003, Shen, Lin and Hwang also proposed a modified scheme to remove these attacks. In the same year, Leung-Cheng-Fong-Chan(More)
The effect of strict blood pressure control on progression of renal disease in patients with essential hypertension has not been well defined. We have followed prospectively for three years 23 patients with essential hypertension. Blood pressure was well controlled on either enalapril or enalapril-hydrochlorothiazide therapy. Yearly assessment of renal(More)