Searched for: subject%3A%22revocation%22
(1 - 5 of 5)
document
Xu, Li (author), Li, T. (author), Erkin, Z. (author)
Verifiable Credential (VC) is a new standard proposed by the W3C association to facilitate the expression and verification of third-party-verified credentials on the Internet, such as passports or diplomas. However, the current VC data model lacks an explicit revocation design that guarantees the secure operations of the system, which limits its...
conference paper 2023
document
Xu, Li (author)
Third-party verified credentials (e.g. passports, diplomas) are essential in our daily life. The usage of third-party verified credentials bring us convenience in authentication. The Verifiable Credential (VC) data model is a new standard proposed by the W3C association to ease the expression and verification of third-party verified credentials...
master thesis 2022
document
Chotkan, R.M. (author), Decouchant, Jérémie (author), Pouwelse, J.A. (author)
Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) aspires to create a standardised identity layer for the Internet by placing citizens at the centre of their data, thereby weakening the grip of big tech on current digital identities. However, as millions of both physical and digital identities are lost annually, it is also necessary for SSIs to possibly be revoked...
conference paper 2022
document
Chotkan, Rowdy (author)
This research has been performed in pursuit of the MSc Computer Science at Delft University of Technology in collaboration with the Dutch National Office for Identity Data (RvIG), part of the Dutch Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations. Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) is a relatively new concept part of a movement aspiring to create a...
master thesis 2021
document
van Bruggen, Christian (author)
Authentication mechanisms play an important role in everyday digital interactions and allow users to prove their identity to others. Privacy-preserving Attribute-Based Credential Systems (PABCSs) allow users to authenticate by presenting their credential attributes, while multiple presentations remain unlinkable and untraceable. A revocation...
master thesis 2020
Searched for: subject%3A%22revocation%22
(1 - 5 of 5)