Data Structures and Algorithms

   

Numerical Analysis on CHEN’S Authentication Scheme for Multi-Server Environment

Authors: Dhara Joshi1, Krishna Dalsaniya2, Chintan Patel3

With the fast advancement in the field of network security everything gets the chance to be possible on web. Remote user authentication is an imperative system in the networks framework to check the exactitude of remote user over the public channel. In this authentication procedure, server checks accreditation of the user that user is authentic and legal one or not. For that Server and user commonly confirm each other and make a same session key for encryption of upcoming conversations. There are two types of authentication: Single server and Multi server. To overcome the drawback of single server authentication (remembering id and pswd for accessing each of the server), the concept of Multi server comes, in which user first register with RC, and whatever servers are registerd under RC can be accessed by user by providing single id and pswd for all. Here We review US patent [US 9264425 B1] scheme which is based on Multi server authentication, we provide mathematical analysis of the same with some attacks found on it.

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