In recent years, amendments to IEEE standards for wireless networks added support for authentication algorithms based on the Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP). Available solutions generally use digital certificates or pre-shared keys but the management of the resulting implementations is complex or unlikely to be scalable. In this paper we present EAP-SRP-256, an authentication method proposal that relies on the SRP-6 protocol and provides a strong password-based authentication mechanism. It is intended to meet the IETF security and key management requirements for wireless networks.

Design of a Password-Based EAP Method / Andrea Manganaro; Mingyur Koblensky; Michele Loreti. - STAMPA. - (2008), pp. 343-355. [10.1007/978-3-540-88653-2_26]

Design of a Password-Based EAP Method

LORETI, MICHELE
2008

Abstract

In recent years, amendments to IEEE standards for wireless networks added support for authentication algorithms based on the Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP). Available solutions generally use digital certificates or pre-shared keys but the management of the resulting implementations is complex or unlikely to be scalable. In this paper we present EAP-SRP-256, an authentication method proposal that relies on the SRP-6 protocol and provides a strong password-based authentication mechanism. It is intended to meet the IETF security and key management requirements for wireless networks.
9783540886525
E-business and Telecommunications 4th International Conference, ICETE 2007, Barcelona, Spain, July 28-31, 2007, Revised Selected Papers, Communications in Computer and Information Science Volume 23
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Andrea Manganaro; Mingyur Koblensky; Michele Loreti
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