Provably Secure Three-party Password Authenticated Key Exchange Protocol Based On Ring Learning With Error

Abstract

Three-party Password Authenticated Key Exchange (3PAKE) protocol is an important cryptographic primitive, where clients can establish a session key using easy-to-remember passwords. A number of 3PAKE protocols based on traditional mathematical problems have been presented in the literature, but these protocols are not able to resist attacks using quantum… (More)

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