Security and Privacy in Dynamic Environments: Proceedings of by Inger Anne Tøndel (auth.), Simone Fischer-Hübner, Kai

By Inger Anne Tøndel (auth.), Simone Fischer-Hübner, Kai Rannenberg, Louise Yngström, Stefan Lindskog (eds.)

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In phase 1 (see Figure 3), - Establish a connection to the seller and download the seller's privacy policy and support service provider information. - Transform the buyer's privacy policy for PI1 redirections, as described above. - Verify that the privacy rules in the seller's privacy policy matches the privacy rules in the buyer's privacy policy (comparing privacy policies for a match is outside the scope of this paper but see [4]). If this verification fails, inform the buyer and terminate (or negotiate privacy policies as indicated above).

The proof protocol of a certificate proves to the verifier the prover's knowledge of a signature on data items while selectively revealing them or proving statements about them, and making commitments and encryptions of polynomials over data items. Multi-show unlinkability follows immediately from the fact the a certificate is not disclosed, but knowledge of it is proved using the appropriate cryptographic mechanisms. We note that for the protocols defined below, certificates, commitments, and encryptions are defined on tuples of data items rather than on single items.

Further, the smart card incorporates a locking mechanism that locks out any attacker who tries to access 20 b) c) d) e) f) g) George Yee, Lany Korba, and Ronggong Song the card by trying to guess the password - the locking mechanism can lock the user out, for example, after 5 tries. Thus, the attacker first of all cannot access the card because heishe does not know the password. Even if the attacker uses some special technology to get at the data, heishe cannot read it since it is encrypted. Finally, the attacker cannot decrypt the data because heishe again does not know the password, used to generate the encryption key.

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