Blocking Misbehaving Users Using Multiple Nymbles in Blogs

A secure approach with the help of multiple Nymbles for blacklisting misbehaving users. This overcomes the major limitations of anonymous networks i.e. posting bad terms in blogs. This system allows the server to blacklist a misbehaving user without compromising its anonymity. Server can blacklist users for whatever reason. The privacy of the blacklisted users is maintained. This system provides anonymous authentication where, a user can access web without prompting username and password. The capability of performing speed authentication and it also provides revocation auditability where a user can check whether it is blacklisted or not and can request admin to unblock.

Provided by: The International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering Topic: Security Date Added: Oct 2015 Format: PDF

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