Efficient Certification and Zero-Knowledge Proofs of Knowledge on Infrastructure Topology Graphs

@inproceedings{Gross2014EfficientCA,
  title={Efficient Certification and Zero-Knowledge Proofs of Knowledge on Infrastructure Topology Graphs},
  author={Thomas R. Gross},
  booktitle={CCSW},
  year={2014}
}
Digital signature schemes are a foundational cryptographic building block in certification and the projection of trust. Based on a signature scheme on committed graphs, we propose a framework of certification and proof methods to sign topology graphs and to prove properties of their certificates in zero-knowledge. This framework allows an issuer, such as an auditing system, to sign the topology representation of an infrastructure. The prover, such as an infrastructure provider, can then… CONTINUE READING

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