Special Issue Article
A Framework for Secret Sharing In Multisession Trust Negotiation
|S. Pavithra1, R. Jeyanthi2
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Trust negotiation is a mechanism supporting complex, distributed, rule-based access control for sensitive information and resources, through the controlled release of credentials. It is also a mutual authorization protocol between two entities. Here we proposed multisession trust negotiation which involves exchange of digital credentials protected by rule based disclosure policies which make it for two (or more) peers to establish mutual trust, A peer is able to suspend an ongoing negotiation and resume it with another(authenticated) peer. But the peer can also be un trusted so to select the authenticate peer we propose Trusted peer head Authority. By using server Selection algorithm we select the trusted peer.Due to this proposed frame work that it supports crash recovery and the possibility of completing the negotiation over multiple sessions negotiation portions and intermediate states can be safely and privately be transferred among peers.