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2008
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XML security - A comparative literature review
Since the turn of the millenium, Working Groups of the W3C have been concentrating on the development of XML based security standards, which are paraphrased as XML Security. XML S...
Andreas Ekelhart, Stefan Fenz, Gernot Goluch, Mark...
IDTRUST
2010
ACM
11 years 8 months ago
Computational techniques for increasing PKI policy comprehension by human analysts
Natural-language policies found in X.509 PKI describe an organization’s stated policy as a set of requirements for trust. The widespread use of X.509 underscores the importance ...
Gabriel A. Weaver, Scott A. Rea, Sean W. Smith
CSREASAM
2003
11 years 2 months ago
Randomized Traitor Tracing Algorithms for Broadcast Security
We introduce and analyze a randomized traitor tracing algorithm for broadcast security. This algorithm is very efficient compared to brute force methods (the mean time it takes is...
Simon McNicol, Serdar Boztas
ESORICS
2004
Springer
11 years 6 months ago
Comparison Between Two Practical Mix Designs
We evaluate the anonymity provided by two popular email mix implementations, Mixmaster and Reliable, and compare their effectiveness through the use of simulations which model th...
Claudia Díaz, Len Sassaman, Evelyne Dewitte
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