Fast Digital Identity Revocation (Extended Abstract)

  title={Fast Digital Identity Revocation (Extended Abstract)},
  author={William Aiello and Sachin Lodha and Rafail Ostrovsky},
The availability of fast and reliable Digital Identities is an essential ingredient for the successful implementation of the public-key infrastructure of the Internet. All digital identity schemes must include a method for revoking someone's digital identity in the case that this identity is stolen (or canceled) before its expiration date (similar to the cancelation of a credit-cards in the case that they are stolen). In 1995, S. Micali proposed an elegant method of identity revocation which… CONTINUE READING
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