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Efficient authenticated key exchange is the most important part of a security system that employs cryptographic techniques in World Wide Web-based applications. In this paper, an ECC (Elliptic Curve Cryptography) version of Hughespsilas key-exchange protocol is proposed based on the matrix-based ECC by Climent et al. The basic security of the proposed(More)
Key distribution is one of the fundamental issues in modern cryptography and its security is the main concern in World Wide Web-based applications. In this paper, a new type of secure key transport protocol with a no-key encryption, locking and signing technique is proposed based on Shamir’s and Khayat’s protocols. The basic security rests(More)
Efficient authenticated multi-party key agreement is both an open problem and one of the fundamental cryptographic primitives that has to be tackled for deploying secure e-commerce in the real world. In this paper, by taking one third of the order of a generator a basic version of a multi-party key agreement scheme is proposed based on the matrix-based ECC(More)
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