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Kerberos

  1. 1. KERBEROS AUTHENTICATION PROCESS<br />BY<br />AjinkyaPatil<br />
  2. 2. Authentication Process<br />1. Request TGT<br />AS<br />2. TGT <br />Key distribution center<br />TGS<br />3. Request Service Ticket<br />4. Service Ticket Sent<br />5. Service Ticket Presented<br />CLIENT MACHINE<br />SERVICE SERVER<br />6. Telnet Communication Channel<br />
  3. 3. Step I (Request TGT)<br /><ul><li>Client enters the credentials User ID and Password
  4. 4. Client Machine performs a Hash Function on PASSWORD.
  5. 5. Client sends User ID to the AS (Authentication Server) in clear-text.</li></li></ul><li>Step II (TGT sent)<br /><ul><li>AS creates the Hash of PASSWORD (SECRET KEY).
  6. 6. AS sends 2 messages to client machine:
  7. 7. Message A:
  8. 8. Message B:</li></li></ul><li>Step II continued<br /><ul><li>TGT encrypted using TGS secret key.
  9. 9. TGS sends Message A & B to Client.
  10. 10. Client Machine is able to decrypt the Messages A only if SECRET KEY (password) is correct.
  11. 11. Client machine has Client/ TGS session Key.
  12. 12. Client cannot decrypt the Message B.</li></li></ul><li>Step III (Service Ticket Request)<br /><ul><li>Message C: (Message B & service ID)
  13. 13. Message D:
  14. 14. Message D consist of encrypted Authenticator using Client/TGS Session Key.</li></li></ul><li>*Decryption at TGS<br /><ul><li>TGS decrypts Message B from Message C by using TGS SECRET KEY.
  15. 15. TGS decrypts Message D using Client/TGS session key.</li></li></ul><li>Step IV (Service Ticket sent)<br /><ul><li>TGS sends Service Ticket that consist of 2 messages
  16. 16. Message E:
  17. 17. Message F:</li></li></ul><li>Step IV continued<br /><ul><li>Message E consist of encrypted Client-to-server Ticket using Service Secret Key.
  18. 18. Message F consist of encrypted Client-to-server session key
  19. 19. Message E & F is sent by TGS to Client Machine.</li></li></ul><li>Step V (Service Request)<br /><ul><li>Message E: (Above)
  20. 20. Message G:
  21. 21. Message G consist of encrypted New Authenticator using Client/Server Session Key.</li></li></ul><li>Step VI (Conformation)<br /><ul><li>SS decrypts the Message E using its SECRET KEY.
  22. 22. Message G is decrypted using client/server session key.</li></li></ul><li>Step VI continued<br /><ul><li>SS sends Message H encrypted using client/server session key to client as conformation.
  23. 23. Client recieves the conformation.
  24. 24. Client request the service and server provides it.</li></li></ul><li>THANK YOU<br />

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