Rethinking PKI

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Early public key infrastructure projects failed because they were too complex. But Stephen Wilson argues that PKI is ideal for managing closed communities.

Since the mid 1990s we have seen major changes in how public key infrastructure (PKI) is applied. In their earliest conceptions, digital certificates were proposed to authenticate nondescript transactions between parties who had never met. Certificates were construed as the sole means for ...

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