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In this paper, we show how secret sharing can be used to address a number of shortcomings in state-of-the-art publickey-based inter-provider roaming. In particular, the new concept does not require costly operations for certificate validation by the mobile device. It furthermore eliminates the need for a secure channel between providers upon roaming. We demonstrate the new approach by introducing a new protocol, EAP-TLS-KS, for roaming between 802.11i-protected WLANs. In addition, we show thatdoi:10.1145/1080730.1080732 dblp:conf/wmash/MeyerCW05 fatcat:7x7a4uoh55czbfh7nxyqfxw22u