A Remote Password Authentication Scheme Based on the Digital Signature Model
Authors: Min-Shiang Hwang

Date: 1999
Publication: International Journal of Computer Mathematics, Volume 70, Number 4
Page(s): 657 - 666
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Source 1: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00207169908804781 - Subscription or payment required

Abstract or Summary:
Conventional password authentication schemes require password files or verification tables to validate the legitimacy of the login user. In addition, for remote access, these schemes cannot withstand an attack by replaying a previously intercepted login request. In this paper, we propose a remote password authentication scheme based on the digital signature methods. This scheme does not require the system to maintain a password file, and it can withstand attacks based on message replaying.

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