I've read that the answer has something to do Socialist Millionaire, but I still don't understand how can the user be protected against malicious Man In The Middle, which would capture the question ...
In an authentication protocol, S has a public/private key pair known to C, and S and C have established a secure channel (for example, using DH or ECDH, or any other key exchange protocol). C wishes ...
We have a situation where a user's identity can be verified as follows: the network provider knows the identity of the user and injects secure headers into the HTTP request, which our servers can use ...
My university provided me with the following slide which is confusing me: From my understanding, what is happening here is that Trudy (Person in the middle) is pretending to be Alice. Bob then ...
Let's say there are 3 computers: Alice, Bob, Carol. Carol is network provider, so everything from Alice to Bob and vice versa passes through Carol. Carol can modify messages between Alice and Bob. Is ...
On a very high level, its known that SSL/TLS uses message digests to verify the integrity of the messages sent. However, the question I have in mind is : How does SSL ensure a DoS does not happen ...
I understand that RSA fingerprints are used to verify that you are really connecting directly to who you want to connect to, and not someone else posing as that site. Like when you do a git push, it ...
Imagine I have a computer where all the trafic is being sent through the MitM. How would it be possible to have a secure connection through this setup? In this case it would be OK to design a new ...