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Secure Network Authentication with Password Identification

@inproceedings{MacKenzie1999SecureNA,
  title={Secure Network Authentication with Password Identification},
  author={Philip D. MacKenzie and R. P. Swaminathan},
  year={1999}
}
A password authentication protocol called SNAPI is proposed for inclusion in the P1363a document. SNAPI provides mutual authentication between a client and server based solely on a password, and does not require the client to store any other information (except the code that runs the protocol). SNAPI is the rst protocol of this type that is provably secure against active adversaries (i.e., adversaries that can not only eavesdrop on communication, but also impersonate parties and replay messages… 

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