In normal asymmetric crpyto like RSA, if Alice encrypts something using her private key, Bob can decrypt it using Alice's public key. Is the same possible in Identity-Based Cryptography, where the ...
What are the main reasons for having a federated identity system such as OpenID over having identities based purely on a public key? OpenID uses an Identity Provider to confirm that a user owns a ...
I see a lot of sites use GUIDs for password resets, unsubscribe requests and other forms of unique identification. Presumably they are appealing because they are easy to generate, unique, ...
I'd like to audit the claims that are sent to a client from a SAML/p or WS-Trust authentication. What private keys do I need and how would I decrypt this information? If it makes any difference, I'm ...