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Replay Attack Prevention by Using a Key with Random Number in Kerberos Authentication Protocol

  title={Replay Attack Prevention by Using a Key with Random Number in Kerberos Authentication Protocol},
  author={T. Thakur and S. Dogra and Yamini Sood},
Now a day computer networks are growing day by day. With this growth these networks are required to be inter connected with each other which leads to the major usage of internet. Although internet makes accessibility easier for these networks but it decrease data security i.e not acceptable by any user. Hence to increase data security we required strong cryptography in authentication protocol .Kerberos is one of the best window authentication protocols but one of the major drawback of Kerberos… 
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