Frog Protocol

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Wide Mouth Frog Protocol
... The Wide-Mouth Frog protocol is a computer network authentication protocol designed for use on insecure networks (the Internet for example) ... The protocol was first described under the name "The Wide-mouthed-frog Protocol" in the paper "A Logic of Authentication" (1990), which introduced Burrows–Abadi–Needham logic, and in which it was an "unpublished ... The paper gives no rationale for the protocol's whimsical name ...

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