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Questions tagged [pki]

PKI is short for Public Key Infrastructure. The foundation of a PKI is the certificate authority (CA), which issues digital certificates that authenticate the identity of organizations and individuals over a public system such as the Internet.

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Build set with PKI from reliable broadcast / random beacon

I am trying to build a protocol (or find an existing one) for creating a set $S_2$ with PKI from a set of parties $S_1$ that initially does not know anything about the other parties. We assume end-to-...
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Cryptography behind the Turing Imitation Key (TIK)

When browsing the internet I found out about this amazing phone. Well, it would be amazing if it was actually obtainable. It's called the Turing Phone, and it is supposed to come with as good as ...
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Authenticating to wireless with EAP-TLS in separate forests with the same trusted root CA

I'm looking at a scenario of having a standalone offline root CA sign a subordinate CA in two separate active directory forests on different campuses. If I then set up EAP-TLS on each site, will I be ...
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Determining the algorithm used to generate a digital signature

I have a string "abcd pqrs". This string is digitally signed with an X.509 certificate (with its private key) and it produces a signature. From the signed string, is it possible to find out what ...
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What are the most appropriate PKI based cryptographic protocols for peer to peer communicaton?

I've been trying to find out which is the most appropriate PKI based cryptographic protocol for peer to peer communication. I do understand that they vary with respect to the peer to peer architecture ...
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Could MITM securely identify identity?

Consider protocol like QUIC or MinimaLT which are essentially layer4 replacement for TCP/UDP (riding on top of UDP currently because of fear of random firewalls dropping new L4 protocol). From crypto ...