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Optimistic fair exchange of digital signatures
We present a new protocol that allows two players to exchange digital signatures over the Internet in a fair way, so that either each player gets the other's signature, or neither player does. TheExpand
Diffie-Hellman key distribution extended to group communication
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This paper considers a class of protocols that are natural extensions of DiffieHellman to the n-party case and argues that these protocols are optimal with respect to certain aspects of protocol complexity. Expand
Asynchronous protocols for optimistic fair exchange
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A set of optimistic fair exchange protocols which tolerate temporary failures in the communication channels to the third party, and a central feature of the protocols is that either player can asynchronously and unilaterally bring a protocol run to completion. Expand
A model for asynchronous reactive systems and its application to secure message transmission
We present a rigorous model for secure reactive systems in asynchronous networks with a sound cryptographic semantics, supporting abstract specifications and the composition of secure systems. ThisExpand
Key Agreement in Dynamic Peer Groups
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This paper discusses all group key agreement operations and presents a concrete protocol suite, CLIQUES, which offers complete key agreement services and is based on multiparty extensions of the well-known Diffie-Hellman key exchange method. Expand
Optimistic protocols for fair exchange
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A generic protocol for fair exchange of electronic goods with non-repudiation that does not involve a third party in the exchange in the fault-less case but only for recovery. Expand
Security and privacy challenges in industrial Internet of Things
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This paper gives an introduction to industrial IoT systems, the related security and privacy challenges, and an outlook on possible solutions towards a holistic security framework for Industrial IoT systems. Expand
CLIQUES: a new approach to group key agreement
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A protocol suite, called CLIQUES, is developed by extending the well known Diffie-Hellman key agreement method to support dynamic group operations to solve the problem of key agreement in a group setting with highly dynamic group member population. Expand
Refinement and extension of encrypted key exchange
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This paper discusses a possible weakness in the proposed protocol, develops some enhancements and simplifications, and provides a security analysis of the resultant minimal EKE protocol, which yields a protocol with some interesting properties. Expand
The State of the Art in Electronic Payment Systems
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An overview of electronic payment systems is provided, focusing on issues related to security, which can actually provide better security than traditional means of payments, in addition to flexibility. Expand
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