Certification of Dl / Ec Keys

@inproceedings{Arazi1999CertificationOD,
  title={Certification of Dl / Ec Keys},
  author={Benjamin Arazi},
  year={1999}
}
It is shown that the explicit certification of public keys in customary DL/EC (Discrete-Log/ Elliptic-Curve) applications, ranging from digital signatures of the DSA type to keyagreements of the DH type, can be abolished. This facilitates highly efficient implementations in terms of the total number of exponentiations needed to be executed, the ability of having parallel processing, and communication overhead. At the fundamental level it is shown how to integrate the processing of the public… CONTINUE READING
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