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— Authenticated key agreement protocols are a foundation for delivering an authenticated session key between the intended two-party participants from a set of parties over an insecure network. Wang et al proposed protocol ECKE-1N to overcome KCI-R attacks in ECKE-1 as an implicit authenticated key agreement protocol based on Diffie-Hellman elliptic curve.(More)
Key agreement protocols are a fundamental building block of cryptography to establish a common secret key over public network. We propose an efficient and secure three-pass authenticated key agreement protocol based on elliptic curve where three-pass protocols have significant advantages over two-pass in terms of security properties and applications. The(More)
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