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A Formal Study of the Privacy Concerns in Biometric-based Remote Authentication Schemes

Abstract : With their increasing popularity in cryptosystems, biometrics have attracted more and more attention from the information security community. However, how to handle the relevant privacy concerns remains to be troublesome. In this paper, we propose a novel security model to formalize the privacy con- cerns in biometric-based remote authentication schemes. Our security model covers a number of practical privacy concerns such as identity privacy and transaction anonymity, which have not been formally con- sidered in the literature. In addition, we propose a general biometric-based remote authentication scheme and prove its security in our security model.
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Qiang Tang, Julien Bringer, Hervé Chabanne, David Pointcheval. A Formal Study of the Privacy Concerns in Biometric-based Remote Authentication Schemes. The 4th Information Security Practice and Experience Conference (ISPEC '08), 2008, Sydney, Australie, Australia. pp.56--70. ⟨inria-00419156⟩



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