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A Public Key Authentication Scheme for HTTP

  • Stephan Fowler, CLINK Systems, UK

Track: Developers

Centerless Identity Network. Clink is a HTTP authentication scheme, designed for security in decentralized web architectures. Clink allows secure interactions between entities with distributed locations, independently of any fixed central component or organization. The specification defines simple peer identifiers that are usable in a variety of access control situations. It is a minimal extension of the HTTP protocol. clink.org is an open specification, maintained by clinksystems.com. This site is a repository for all related matters including normative specifications and supporting documents. The public is invited to send comments to info@clink.org.

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