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Token-mediated certification and electronic commerce

@inproceedings{Geer1996TokenmediatedCA,
  title={Token-mediated certification and electronic commerce},
  author={Daniel E. Geer and Donald T. Davis},
  year={1996}
}
Public key technology presumes the availability of certificates and certifying authorities (CAs) living within a shallow hierarchy rooted at a few (n ≪ 100) public CAs. We propose an alternative that lessens the day-today dependence on centralized CAs while deepening the certificate tree. We do this by suggesting that smartcards provide CA functions, thus re-framing some payment problems as simpler authorization problems. 
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