Extract Sample Clauses

Extract. Refers to a file extracted from either the EMS Providers or the EMSTARS database containing patient care and service delivery information; this is the XML file that will be submitted by EMS Providers monthly and also submitted by the Data Unit to the NEMSIS National Database; all extracts are considered to contain sensitive, confidential, or otherwise protected data and must be secured appropriately.
Extract. KGC takes a user’s identity ID as input and returns private key for the user:
Extract. The KGC checks that a user has a claim to a particular online iden- tifier. If they do, the KGC generates their private key and communicates it privately to them. Let Xxxxx’s online identifier map to a Z∗r by means of the random oracle . Xxxxx’s public key is Apub = (a + s)P , which can be computed as aP + sP . Xxxxx’s private key is generated as Apri = (a + s)−1Q. End user Xxxxx is encouraged to check that the KGC has used the correct Q in the construction of her private key by checking the following: P ← H0(cs0) t(Apub , Apri ) =? t(P, Q) Key Agreement: Assume that Xxxxx and Xxx have private keys issued by the same KGC, respectively Apri and Bpri. Xxxxx and Xxx each generate one unique random nonce xa, xb ∈ Z∗r , respectively. Xxxxx Xxx AKA = xa(bP + sP ) « BKA = xb(aP + sP ) keya = t(BKA, Apri)xa keyb = t(AKA, Bpri)xb 3 If the KGC knows λ such that ψ (P ) = λQ, it can use the distortion map to get a representation in ⟨Q⟩ of AKA or BKA and then recover the session key using the technique outlined in the previous section. On non-supersingular curves no efficiently computable distortion map exists [27] and this attack does not apply. This scheme is consistent because keya = t(BKA, Apri)xa = t(P, Q)xaxb = t(AKA, Bpri)xb = keyb. We also note that, although the KGC has the ability to generate the private keys of both users in the protocol, it is not able to obtain the shared session key for any particular run of the protocol. The KGC can, in this instance, eas- ily compute t(P, Q)xa and t(P, Q)xb , but calculating the key from these values involves solving the Computational Xxxxxx-Xxxxxxx Problem (CDHP) over the group G2 [29].
Extract. The General Partner shall file an extract of this LPA and any amendment thereto, to the extent applicable, in accordance with article 100-8 of the 1915 Law.
Extract. Given an identifer string XXX 0, 1 l of entity A, the master key and the system parameters, the KGC computes dA = 1 P1 and passes it securely to A after successfully authenticating the entity. (Client)A B(Server) IDB ,grB ∗ rA ← Z∗q , R = grA h = H2(XXX, R) S = (rA + h)dA T = rAH1(IDB)P2 + rAPpub w = H3(R, grB , grArB , IDB) ←−−−−−−−−−− rB ← Zq C,S,T C = w ⊕ IDAǁIDB −−−−−−−−−→ R = eˆ(dB, T ) rB rB w = H3(R, g , R , IDB ) IDAǁIDB = C ⊕ w check IDB h = H2(XXX, R) check R · gh =? eˆ(S, H (ID )P + P )
Extract the information on the Client's transactions, provided by Pay Unicard in the specific form and with the specific content.
Extract. A fax copy of an original official extract (uittreksel) dated 27 October 2015 relating to the registration of the Company with the trade register of the Chamber of Commerce.

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