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public-key cryptography

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IT security firm Keypair has released the Key Wallet equipped with the firm's exclusive algorithm.
Keypair CEO Kevin Lee said there are three kinds of products.
Users connect to the virtual machines via the IPs under authentication (keypair).
t = Instance (type = large) or even more complex t = Instance (type = medium, image = mylmage, keypair = myKeypair).
KeyGen: takes the system parameter P as input, each signer [U.sub.i] of the group U chooses its keypair ([x.sub.i], [y.sub.i]) respectively.
Prover generates his owned keypair for later signature.
Rivest, "Ad-hoc-group signatures from hi-jacked keypairs," In Domacs workshop on Theft in E-Commerce, 2005.
Fourthly, concerning the subliminal-based approach, the vehicular cryptomaterial (i.e., public/private keypairs) is generated by the certification authority.
The encryption is done transparently to the user, though behind the scenes Command Line is using public and private keypairs to accomplish this task.
However, support for client-specific keypairs is growing this support is visible in recent releases of Netscape and through the recent growth of client authentication in SSL implementations.