/ch/open invites to the Open Education Day: Saturday, 29 April 2017 in Windisch. We present JSXC, an easy way to extend any web application into a communications hub, e.g. for learning applications.
(2017): X.509 User Certificate-based Two-Factor Authentication for Web Applications. Distributed Systems Laboratory, University of Konstanz (KN-2017-DISY-03), 2017.
(2017): MoDeNA: Enhancing User Security for Devices in Wireless Personal and Local Area Networks. Distributed Systems Laboratory, University of Konstanz (KN-2017-DISY-02), 2017.
(2017): HomeCA: Scalable Secure IoT Network Integration. Distributed Systems Laboratory, University of Konstanz (KN-2017-DISY-01), 2017.
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