Ubic: Bridging the Gap between Digital Cryptography and the Physical World View Full Text


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DATE

2014

AUTHORS

Mark Simkin , Dominique Schröder , Andreas Bulling , Mario Fritz

ABSTRACT

.Advances in computing technology increasingly blur the boundary between the digital domain and the physical world. Although the research community has developed a large number of cryptographic primitives and has demonstrated their usability in all-digital communication, many of them have not yet made their way into the real world due to usability aspects. We aim to make another step towards a tighter integration of digital cryptography into real world interactions. We describe Ubic, a framework that allows users to bridge the gap between digital cryptography and the physical world. Ubic relies on head-mounted displays, like Google Glass, resource-friendly computer vision techniques as well as mathematically sound cryptographic primitives to provide users with better security and privacy guarantees. The framework covers key cryptographic primitives, such as secure identification, document verification using a novel secure physical document format, as well as content hiding. To make a contribution of practical value, we focused on making Ubic as simple, easily deployable, and user friendly as possible. More... »

PAGES

56-75

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-11203-9_4

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