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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The early adoption of a national, legal digital signature framework in Italy has brought forth a series of problems and vulnerabilities. In this paper we describe each of them, showing how in each case the issue does not lie in the algorithms and technologies adopted, but either in faulty implementations, bad design choices, or legal and methodological issues. We also show which countermeasures would be appropriate to reduce the risks. We show the reflex of these vulnerabilities on thedoi:10.1007/11429760_3 fatcat:3t5t26p5pbbr3bpaudoagysiiq