A secure channel for attribute-based credentials: [short paper]

@inproceedings{Alpr2013ASC,
  title={A secure channel for attribute-based credentials: [short paper]},
  author={Gergely Alp{\'a}r and Jaap-Henk Hoepman},
  booktitle={DIM '13},
  year={2013}
}
Attribute-based credentials (ABCs) are building blocks for user-centric identity management. They enable the disclosure of a minimum amount of information about their owner to a verifier, typically a service provider, to authorise the credential owner for some service, application, or resource. By directly applying attribute-disclosure protocols, the data is revealed not only to the verifier, but anyone who has access to the communication channel. Moreover, as verifiers are not intrinsically… CONTINUE READING

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