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Articles by Jiping Li
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  Jiping Li , Zenggang Xiong , Yaoming Ding and Shouyin Liu
  Password authentication has been adopted as one of the most commonly used solutions in network environment to protect resources from unauthorized access. Due to its significance in building a secure communication channel, a number of password authentication protocols have been suggested over the past years. Among these schemes, Kim et al.’s schemes are very novel. In the current work, we are concerned with the security of Kim et al.’s schemes. We show that Kim et al.’s schemes are vulnerable to a forgery attack in which an attacker can easily construct a forged login message to impersonate the legal user.
  Yingjun Li , Lijia Teng , Limin Shang , Ruilin Ma , Jinshan Cai , Quanbang Zhao , Jiping Li , Nan Li and Quan Liu
  The present study was conducted to investigate tick species and tick-transmitted Theileria and Babesia species in Qinghai Province, Northwestern China. A total of 357 ticks, belonging to 2 Ixodid genera, Haemaphysalis qinghaiensis (167; 46.8%) and Dermacentor nuttalli (190; 53.2%) were collected from the domestic animals during May and June 2010. The ticks were separated into 78 tick pools according to their species and examined for Theileria and Babesia species by a nested PCR targeting 18S rRNA gene. Of the 25 H. qinghaiensis pools, 2 (8.0%) were tested positive for Theileria. Only 1 (1.9%) was tested positive for Babesia in 53 D. nuttalli pools. The sequence and phylogenetic analyses showed that Babesia and Theileria detected in this study were grouped into B. caballi and T. luwenshuni, respectively implying the potential existence of theileriosis and babesiosis in animals in Qinghai Province.
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