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Issue No. 03 - March (2005 vol. 17)
ISSN: 1041-4347
pp: 425-436
Jinli Cao , IEEE Computer Society
This paper proposes a practical payment protocol with scalable anonymity for Internet purchases, and analyzes its role-based access control (RBAC). The protocol uses electronic cash for payment transactions. It is an offline payment scheme that can prevent a consumer from spending a coin more than once. Consumers can improve anonymity if they are worried about disclosure of their identities to banks. An agent provides high anonymity through the issue of a certification. The agent certifies reencrypted data after verifying the validity of the content from consumers, but with no private information of the consumers required. With this new method, each consumer can get the required anonymity level, depending on the available time, computation, and cost. We use RBAC to manage the new payment scheme and improve its integrity. With RBAC, each user may be assigned one or more roles, and each role can be assigned one or more privileges that are permitted to users in that role. To reduce conflicts of different roles and decrease complexities of administration, duty separation constraints, role hierarchies, and scenarios of end-users are analyzed.
Electronic-cash, anonymity, integrity, trace ability, hash function.

Y. Zhang, H. Wang and J. Cao, "A Flexible Payment Scheme and Its Role-Based Access Control," in IEEE Transactions on Knowledge & Data Engineering, vol. 17, no. , pp. 425-436, 2005.
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