Using the Spanish national identity card in social networks

Logic Journal of the IGPL 28 (4):519-530 (2020)
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The distinctive security features of the Spanish electronic national identity card, known as Documento Nacional de Identidad electrónico, allow us to propose the usage of this cryptographic smart card in an authentication framework that can be used during the registration and login phases of internet services where the validation of the user’s age and real identity are key elements, as it is the case for example of the so-called social networks. Using this mechanism with NFC-capable devices, the identity and age of the potential user can be determined, allowing or denying the access to the service based on that information.



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Alfredo Muñoz
Universidad de Santiago de Chile
Ricardo Diaz
Universidad Externado de Colombia
Vincent Martinez
University of Texas at San Antonio
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