[cap-talk] Delegating Responsibility in Digital Systems:Horton's "Who Done It?"
Karp, Alan H
alan.karp at hp.com
Thu Jun 7 20:52:05 EDT 2007
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> [mailto:cap-talk-bounces at mail.eros-os.org] On Behalf Of Pierre THIERRY
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> Systems:Horton's "Who Done It?"
> Scribit Karp, Alan H dies 07/06/2007 hora 15:47:
> > Each request from a different responsible party comes through a
> > different forwarder under Carol's control. That provides Carol
> > undeniable authentication. However, Carol can't prove that
> to anyone
> > else because the forwarder is under her control. For example, she
> > could have sent the request herself.
> So if I understand this correctly, for the authentication to be
> undeniable to other subjects than Carol, the forwarder must
> be under the
> control of a third party trusted by those subjects, and not under
> Carol's control, mustn't it?
Or signed by the sender.
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