Björn Agel

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In this paper, an identity-based key agreement system for mobile telephony in GSM and UMTS networks is presented. The use of telephone numbers as public keys allows the system to piggyback much of the security overhead for key management to the existing GSM or UMTS infrastructure. The proposed approach offers solutions to the problems of multi-domain key(More)
In this paper, an identity-based key agreement system and its implementation for mobile telephony in GSM and UMTS networks is presented. The use of telephone numbers as public keys allows the system to piggyback much of the security overhead for key management to the existing GSM or UMTS infrastructure. The proposed approach offers solutions to the problems(More)
In this paper, an identity-based key agreement protocol for securing mobile telephony in GSM and UMTS networks is presented. The approach allows two mobile phones to perform a session key agreement over an unsecured channel and between different providers using telephone numbers as public keys. Using the created session key, a symmetric encryption of all(More)
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