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The Future of Identity in the Information Society
This paper introduces the problem of combining security and privacy-friendly provisioning in wireless mesh network environments. We present a set of non-functional requirements for a privacy-friendly identity management (IdM) system suitable for wireless mesh networks and derive another set of security and privacy properties for digital identifiers to be used in such networks. Later, we compare two existing identifiers, anonymous attribute certificates and anonymous credentials, and verify ifdoi:10.1007/978-0-387-79026-8_15 dblp:conf/ifip9-6/MartucciZF07 fatcat:xtwkluduojevxdru4rq7i3obwi