Greenpass RADIUS Tools for Delegated Authorization in Wireless Networks

@inproceedings{Smith2004GreenpassRT,
  title={Greenpass RADIUS Tools for Delegated Authorization in Wireless Networks},
  author={Sean Smith and Meiyuan Zhao},
  year={2004}
}
* Dartmouth's Greenpass project extends how public key cryptography can be used to secure the wireless LAN with a RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial In User Service) server that is responsible for handling authentication requests from clients (called supplicants in the 802.1x authentication model). This thesis describes the design and implementation of the authentication process of Greenpass, specifically what decisions are made in determining who is granted access and how a small modification… CONTINUE READING

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