Supervisor: Alois Paulin
Fair non-repudiation (FNR) is about ensuring communication between two participating parties in which each party can non-repudiably prove that the other party has participated in the message exchange. System-level support for such feature as of now does not yet exist.
The goal of the Master thesis is to develop a system service for a operating system of choice, to provide system-level support for fair-non-repudiation (FNR) over the Internet. The FNR protocol to be implemented is the one described in .
Optionally, instead of the system service, plug-ins for web browsers and/or e-mail clients can be developed.
- Design and development of FNR service
- Publication of research
- Master thesis (in English) and final presentation
- Good programming and development skills