Re: example: secure computing kernel needed

2003-12-14 Thread Paul A.S. Ward
I'm not sure why no one has considered the PC banking problem to be a justification for secure computing. Specifically, how does a user know their computer has not been tampered with when they wish to use it for banking access. Paul John S. Denker wrote: Previous discussions of secure computing

CryptoPhone source and CryptoPhone for Windows released

2003-12-14 Thread Barry Wels
We published today the full source code of our CryptoPhone products at http://www.cryptophone.de/. Also available for download is now the first public Beta version of the free GSMK CryptoPhone for Windows software. The free GSMK CryptoPhone for Windows is currently in public Betatest. Please note

Re: Zero Knowledge Authentication? (was Cryptolog Unicity Software-Only Digital Certificates)

2003-12-14 Thread Anton Stiglic
Previously used primarily in scientific/academic applications, zero knowledge authentication is a method of proving a user's identity without revealing his password to the verifier. So anybody knows exactly what this zero-knowledge authentication is that they use? Using this technology,

Swipe-Free Credit Cards Tested

2003-12-14 Thread R. A. Hettinga
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2003/12/12/tech/printable588346.shtml CBSNews.com Swipe-Free Credit Cards Tested NEW YORK, Dec. 12, 2003 The familiar process of buying something with a credit card - handing the plastic to the clerk or swiping it yourself, then waiting for approval and signing

PKI root signing ceremony, etc.

2003-12-14 Thread Rich Salz
Some folks here might be interested in http://webservices.xml.com/pub/a/ws/2003/12/09/salz.html which walks through a secure, auditable root keygen and signing ceremony. The context is using OpenSSL to build a PKI so that we can write an XKMS server, building up to secure Web Services messages

Re: Zero Knowledge Authentication? (was Cryptolog Unicity Software-Only Digital Certificates)

2003-12-14 Thread Joseph Ashwood
- Original Message - From: R. A. Hettinga [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, December 10, 2003 8:47 AM Subject: Zero Knowledge Authentication? (was Cryptolog Unicity Software-Only Digital Certificates) Launch Marks the First Commercial Use of Zero-Knowledge

Fwd: Two interesting communication privacy tools

2003-12-14 Thread Steve Schear
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 1. Invisiblog http://invisiblog.com/ lets you publish a weblog using GPG and the Mixmaster anonymous remailer network. You don't ever have to reveal your identity - not even to us. You don't have to trust us, because we'll never know who you are.

Re: example: secure computing kernel needed

2003-12-14 Thread Bill Stewart
At 02:41 PM 12/14/2003 +, Dave Howe wrote: Paul A.S. Ward wrote: I'm not sure why no one has considered the PC banking problem to be a justification for secure computing. Specifically, how does a user know their computer has not been tampered with when they wish to use it for banking

Re: Postgraduate programs

2003-12-14 Thread David M
On Fri, 12 Dec 2003, Anton Stiglic wrote: government policies on several countries and knowing your suggestions on good schools is a key component for my paper. You can start by looking here: http://hcs.harvard.edu/~dmolnar/gradschools.html Thanks for mentioning my list! I've recently

Re: example: secure computing kernel needed

2003-12-14 Thread Anne Lynn Wheeler
At 07:25 PM 12/11/2003 -0500, Paul A.S. Ward wrote: I'm not sure why no one has considered the PC banking problem to be a justification for secure computing. Specifically, how does a user know their computer has not been tampered with when they wish to use it for banking access. actually the EU