The Future Internet: A World of Secret Shares
AbstractThe Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) is crumbling, partially due to the lack of a strong understanding of how encryption actually works, but also due to weaknesses in its implementation. This paper outlines an Internet storage technique using secret sharing methods which could be used to overcome the problems inherent with PKI, while supporting new types of architectures incorporating such things as automated failover and break-glass data recovery. The paper outlines a novel architecture: SECRET, which supports a robust cloud-based infrastructure with in-built privacy and failover. In order to understand the performance overhead of SECRET, the paper outlines a range of experiments that investigate the overhead of this and other secret share methods. View Full-Text
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Buchanan, W.J.; Lanc, D.; Ukwandu, E.; Fan, L.; Russell, G.; Lo, O. The Future Internet: A World of Secret Shares. Future Internet 2015, 7, 445-464.
Buchanan WJ, Lanc D, Ukwandu E, Fan L, Russell G, Lo O. The Future Internet: A World of Secret Shares. Future Internet. 2015; 7(4):445-464.Chicago/Turabian Style
Buchanan, William J.; Lanc, David; Ukwandu, Elochukwu; Fan, Lu; Russell, Gordon; Lo, Owen. 2015. "The Future Internet: A World of Secret Shares." Future Internet 7, no. 4: 445-464.