A Method to Incorporate Negative Value into a Trust Model
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Trust is an important issue for security. Trust issues influence not only the specification of security policies but also the techniques needed to manage and implement security policies for systems. Certification is one of the main components trust models. Traditional trust model did not consider revocation of certification, but usually revocation happens. Maurer’s trust model has been used by most researches. The model including two parts: deterministic and probabilistic model. In this paper we have used a tailored form of “credential networks” to incorporate revocation statues in deterministic model. By incorporating revocation, we have omitted the path of trust include the certification revocation in the probabilistic model.
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