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3.6 What are the principal ingredients of a public-key cryptosystem? 3.7 List and briefly define three uses of a public-key cryptosystem. 3.8 What is the difference between a private key and a secret key? 3.9 What is a digital signature? 4. 4.1 List ways in which secret keys can be distributed to two communicating parties. 4.2 What is the difference between a session key and a master key? 4.3 What is a key distribution center? 4.4 What entities constitute a full-service Kerberos environment? 4.5 In the context of Kerberos,what is a realm? 4.6 What are the principal differences between version 4 and version 5 of Kerberos? 4.7 What is a nonce? 4.8 What are two different uses of public-key cryptography related to key distribution? 4.9 What are the essential ingredients of a public-key directory? 4.10 What is a public-key certificate? 4.11 What are the requirements for the use of a public-key certificate scheme? 4.12 What is the purpose of the X.509 standard? 4.13 What is a chain of certificates? 4.14 How is an X.509 certificate revoked?
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5. 5.1 What are the advantages of each of the three approaches shown in Figure 5.1? 5.2 What protocols comprise SSL? 5.3 What is the difference between an SSL connection and an SSL session? 5.4 List and briefly define the parameters that define an SSL session state. 5.5 List and briefly define the parameters that define an SSL session connection. 5.6 What services are provided by the SSL Record Protocol?
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