A conference key agreement protocol with fault-tolerant capability

@article{Huang2009ACK,
  title={A conference key agreement protocol with fault-tolerant capability},
  author={Kuo-Hsuan Huang and Yu-Fang Chung and Hsiu-Hui Lee and Feipei Lai and Tzer-Shyong Chen},
  journal={Comput. Stand. Interfaces},
  year={2009},
  volume={31},
  pages={401-405}
}
  • Kuo-Hsuan Huang, Yu-Fang Chung, +2 authors Tzer-Shyong Chen
  • Published 2009
  • Computer Science
  • Comput. Stand. Interfaces
  • Secure communication is of utmost importance to participants of Internet conferences. Secure communication thwarts eavesdropping. In an Internet conference, all conference participants together establish a common conference key to enable multi-party and secure exchange of messages. However, malicious conference participants may try to obtain the conference key through unfair means, and this could result in the generation of different conference keys. This paper is intended as a proposal of a… CONTINUE READING

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