From what I understand, one of the benefits or Secure Remote Password (SRP) is that is does not require reliance on certificate authorities. In a scenario where clients need the ability to register as ...
In this thread, Tom Ptacek explains what Password-Authenticated Key Exchanges are, and it got me really interested in them. If I'd like to start learning about how to build them into real world ...
This is the situation: client-server login is done via SRP3, hash used is single SHA1. Client cannot be modified but server can (open source). Because of this, all hashed passwords in the database are ...
Suppose a less-than-trusted server is used to store users' confidential data (encrypted at the client side), and both tasks - authentication and encryption/decryption - should be doable with a single ...