A Robust Authentication Scheme for Client-Server Architecture With Provable Security Analysis

Saeed Ullah Jan, Fawad Qayum


Client-server computing is the analytical development of compatible programming with significant supposition and the detachment of a massive program into its fundamental parts ("modules"), which can create the chance for extra enhancement, inconsiderable improvement, and prominent maintainability. In client-server computing, total extensive modules don't need to be accomplished within the similar memory space totally but can execute independently on a suitable hardware and software platform according to their behavior. The user authentication is the dominant constraint for client-server computing that limits the illegitimate right of entry into the main workstation. This research is mainly focused on the design of a robust authentication scheme for client-server architecture computing. It carries some additional features like security, virtualization, user's programs security, individuality supervision, integrity, control access to server and authentication. The proposed background also delivers the characteristic supervision, mutual authentication, and establishment of secure session key among users and the remote server.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/nct.v3n1p6

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