Hsien-Yun Chuang

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We propose an enhanced 3PEKE (Three-party Encrypted Key Exchange) scheme, in which both two parties/clients act as the roles upon the relationship of exchange-messages, who are employed in the traditional 3PEKE (Three-party Encrypted Key Exchange) schemes [2–5, 9, 12–17, 19, 23, 26, 27]. Our approach can improve the security of traditional(More)
We propose a time constraint three-party encrypted key exchange protocol in which both two parties/clients only act as the roles within the relationship of exchanging secure messages constrained by the intersection time periods. The technique of time constraint, in this paper, is that a trusted server generates a serial of secure exchanging messages, which(More)
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