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EL PASSO: Privacy-preserving, Asynchronous Single Sign-On

@article{Zhang2020ELPP,
  title={EL PASSO: Privacy-preserving, Asynchronous Single Sign-On},
  author={Zhiyi Zhang and Michal Kr'ol and A. Sonnino and L. Zhang and E. Riviere},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2002.10289}
}
We introduce EL PASSO, a privacy-preserving, asynchronous Single Sign-On (SSO) system. It enables personal authentication while protecting users' privacy against both identity providers and relying parties, and allows selective attribute disclosure. EL PASSO is based on anonymous credentials, yet it supports users' accountability. Selected authorities may recover the identity of allegedly misbehaving users, and users can prove properties about their identity without revealing it in the clear… Expand

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