Resilient Authentication Using Path Independence

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Authentication using a path of trusted intermediaries, each able to authenticate the next in the path, is a well-known technique for authenticating channels in a large distributed system. In this paper, we explore the use of multiple paths to redundantly authenticate a channel and focus on two notions of path independence—disjoint paths and connective paths… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/12.737682

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@article{Reiter1998ResilientAU, title={Resilient Authentication Using Path Independence}, author={Michael K. Reiter and Stuart G. Stubblebine}, journal={IEEE Trans. Computers}, year={1998}, volume={47}, pages={1351-1362} }