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Top Flaws in Distributed Authentication Systems and how they are Attacked

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How are the two bound together?

 Abadi and Needham in Prudent Engineering
Principles… (1995):

“While encryption guarantees confidentiality and
authenticity, it also serves in binding together the
parts of a message: receiving {X, Y}K is not always
the same as receiving {X}K and {Y}K.”




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