Replay Attack Prevention in Kerberos Authentication Protocol Using Triple Password

@article{Dua2013ReplayAP,
  title={Replay Attack Prevention in Kerberos Authentication Protocol Using Triple Password},
  author={Gagan Dua and Nitin Gautam and Dharmendar Sharma and Ankit Arora},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2013},
  volume={abs/1304.3550}
}
Replay attack and password attacks are serious issues in the Kerberos authentication protocol. [...] Key Method Three passwords are stored on Authentication Server and Authentication Server sends two passwords to TicketGranting Server (one for Application Server) by encrypting with the secret key shared between Authentication server and Ticket Granting server. Similarly, Ticket Granting Server sends one password toApplication Server by encrypting with the secret key shared between TGS and application server…Expand
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