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Cross-domain identity and discovery framework for web calling services

Ibrahim Tariq Javed 1, 2, 3, * Rebecca Copeland 1, 2, 3 Noel Crespi 1, 2, 4, 3 Marc Emmelmann 5 Andreea Ancuta Corici 5 Ahmed Bouabdallah 6, 7 Tuo Zhang 7 Saad El Jaouhari 6, 7 Felix Beierle 8 Sebastian Göndör 8 Axel Küpper 8 Kevin Corre 9, 10, 11 Jean-Michel Crom 10 Frank Oberle 12 Ingo Friese 12 Ana Caldeira 13 Gil Dias 13 Nuno Santos 13 Ricardo Chaves 13 Ricardo Lopes Pereira 13 
Abstract : Cross-domain identity management remains a major challenge for potential WebRTC adopters. In order to provide a global web-based communication system, it is critical to locate the destination called party, map the identity to the user device, and provide mutual authentication for both caller and called party. In this paper, we present a novel identity management and user discovery framework that enables callers to search and locate users across service domains. The identity management is decoupled from the used calling service, allowing users to manage their profiles and credentials independently of the applications. The framework is designed to preserve privacy and exploit web technology to gain trust and contact list management.
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Ibrahim Tariq Javed, Rebecca Copeland, Noel Crespi, Marc Emmelmann, Andreea Ancuta Corici, et al.. Cross-domain identity and discovery framework for web calling services. Annals of Telecommunications - annales des télécommunications, Springer, 2017, 72 (7-8), pp.459 - 468. ⟨10.1007/s12243-017-0587-2⟩. ⟨hal-01596116⟩



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