Remote Digital Signing for Mobile Commerce

Remote Digital Signing for Mobile Commerce

Oguz Kaan Onbilger (University of Florida, USA), Randy Chow (University of Florida, USA) and Richard Newman (University of Florida, USA)
Copyright: © 2005 |Pages: 22
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-345-6.ch012
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Mobile agents (MAs) are a promising technology which directly address physical limitations of mobile devices such as limited battery life, intermittent and low-bandwidth connections, with their capability of providing disconnected operation. This chapter addresses the problem of digital contract signing with MAs, which is an important part of any mobile commerce activity and one special challenging case of computing with secrets remotely in public. The authors use a multi-agent model together with simple secret splitting schemes for signing with shares of a secret key carried by MAs, cooperating to accomplish a trading task. In addition to known key splitting techniques of RSA, authors introduce similar techniques for El Gamal and DSS public key cryptosystems. The objective is to achieve a simple and ubiquitous solution by using the well-known public-key cryptosystem implementations, which conform to the established standards.

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Wen-Chen Hu, Chung-wei Lee, Weidong Kou
Chapter 1
Chung-wei Lee, Weidong Kou, Wen-Chen Hu
Without secure commercial information exchange and safe electronic financial transactions over mobile networks, neither service providers nor... Sample PDF
Mobile Commerce Security and Payment Methods
Chapter 2
Li Xiong, Ling Liu
This chapter introduces reputation systems as a means of facilitating trust and minimizing risks in m-commerce and e-commerce in general. It first... Sample PDF
Mobile Commerce Security and Payment Methods
Chapter 3
Changhua Zhu, Changxing Pei
Intrusion detection and vulnerability analysis play the same important roles in wireless infrastructure as in wired infrastructure. In this chapter... Sample PDF
Intrusion Detection and Vulnerability Analysis of Mobile Commerce Platform
Chapter 4
Gregor V. Bochmann, Eric Zhen Zhang
The requirements for an authentication infrastructure for electronic commerce are explained by identifying the partners involved in e-commerce... Sample PDF
A Secure Authentication Infrastructure for Mobile Users
Chapter 5
Paolo Bellavista, Antonio Corradi, Cesare Stefanelli
The spreading wireless accessibility to the Internet stimulates the provisioning of mobile commercial services to a wide set of heterogeneous and... Sample PDF
Policy-Based Access Control for Context-Aware Services over the Wireless Internet
Chapter 6
Elisa Bertino, Elena Ferrari, Anna Cinzia Squicciarini
Trust negotiation is a promising approach for establishing trust in open systems like the Internet, where sensitive interactions may often occur... Sample PDF
A Comprehensive XML Based Approach to Trust Negotiations
Chapter 7
Jyh-haw Yeh, Wen-Chen Hu, Chung-wei Lee
With the advent of wireless and mobile networks, the Internet is rapidly evolving from a set of connected stationary machines to include mobile... Sample PDF
Security Issues and Possible Countermeasures for a Mobile Agent Based M-Commerce Application
Chapter 8
Mohamed Eltoweissy, Sushil Jajodia, Ravi Mukkamala
With the rapid growth in mobile commerce (m-commerce) applications, the need for providing suitable infrastructure to support these applications has... Sample PDF
Secure Multicast for Mobile Commerce Applications: Issues and Challenges
Chapter 9
Seema Nambiar, Chang-Tien Lu
Mobile security and payment are central to m-commerce. The shift from physical to virtual payments has brought enormous benefits to consumers and... Sample PDF
M-Payment Solutions and M-Commerce Fraud Management
Chapter 10
Jianming Zhu, Jianfeng Ma
This chapter introduces a new micro-payment scheme that is able to apply to multi-party for mobile commerce, which allows a mobile user to pay every... Sample PDF
Multi-Party Micro-Payment for Mobile Commerce
Chapter 11
Stamatis Karnouskos, András Vilmos, Antonis Ramfos, Balázs Csik, Petra Hoepner
Many experts consider that efficient and effective mobile payment solutions will empower existing e- and m-commerce efforts and unleash the true... Sample PDF
SeMoPS: A Global Secure Mobile Payment Service
Chapter 12
Oguz Kaan Onbilger, Randy Chow, Richard Newman
Mobile agents (MAs) are a promising technology which directly address physical limitations of mobile devices such as limited battery life... Sample PDF
Remote Digital Signing for Mobile Commerce
Chapter 13
Quanxing Zhang, Chwan-Hwa Wu, J. David Irwin
A scheme is proposed in this chapter to apply a secure digital signature scheme in a mobile-IP environment and treats the three entities in a... Sample PDF
A Mobile Coalition Key-Evolving Digital Signature Scheme for Wireless/Mobile Networks
Chapter 14
R.K. Ghosh, Abhinav Arora, Gautam Barua
We present a proposal to combine the advantages of IPSec and smart cards in order to design a new protocol for secure bi-directional access of... Sample PDF
Smart Card Based Protocol for Secure and Controlled Access of Mobile Host in IPv6 Compatible Foreign Network
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