I found an article about zero knowlegde authentication and I have question ethesis.nitrkl.ac.in/5755/1/110CS0371-2.pdf
It said "In Cryptography, the Zero Knowledge confirmation/convention is a sort of convention in which one entity (claimant) demonstrates an alternate entity (verifier) that a certain information is genuine separated from the way that it doesn't pass on that the data given is genuine or false."
Does this mean that the verifier does not (and will not) know whether the data from the claimant is true or false? Because using the cave analogy, the verifier will know about the genuineness of the data, since the verifier will see where the claimant will come out from (either from the wrong / right path).
From that paper, what I got is: The verifier doesn't know what the data is, and it also doesn't (and won't) know whether the data is genuine or not
Edit: English is not my first language, so maybe I got the wrong conclusion / translation from that bolded part...