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Mobile Authentication for cellular and net prone introduces the reader into the sphere of safe communique for cellular purposes, together with safe net looking with a cell or workstation, unmarried Sign-On (SSO), cellular broadcast content material security, safe position providers, and so forth. The ebook discusses the wide-spread Authentication structure (GAA) of the cellular standardization physique third iteration Partnership venture (3GPP) and its American counterpart 3GPP2 in complete element and with all editions. It explains the use of GAA by means of a number of standardization our bodies and standardized functions, and in addition appears to be like at a few non-standardized ones, corresponding to safe distant login to company atmosphere and card personalization.
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Before we go on to describe the design of the GAA, let us consider desirable characteristics of a general-purpose AKA architecture, especially when it is bootstrapped from an existing authentication infrastructure. Generality: Many different types of applications and services must be able to use GAA for authentication. For simplicity, let us call these GAA applications. For example, broadcast Mobile TV with smart card profile authentication that is specified by OMA BCAST group [OMASC] is a GAA application.
Second, an identifier for the NAF as well as session-specific information are used as inputs to the procedure so that the Ks_NAF keys for different applications and different sessions will be mutually independent. 3, we will see exactly how key derivation is done. So far we have gained a conceptual overview of GAA. , UMTS or GSM), where the resulting application-specific keys are to be stored and used in the UE (inside the UICC or in the mobile terminal). In addition to the primary entities and interfaces we have seen so far, there are other components of GAA.
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