User-to-User Mutual Authentication and Key Agreement Scheme for LTE Cellular System

  title={User-to-User Mutual Authentication and Key Agreement Scheme for LTE Cellular System},
  author={Mohammed Ramadan and Fagen Li and Chunxiang Xu and Abdeldime Mohamed and Hisham Abdalla and Ahmed Abdalla Ali},
  journal={Int. J. Netw. Secur.},
Long Term Evolution LTE is the first technology that provides exclusively packet-switched data and modifies the security architecture of the 2G and 3G systems. The LTE security architecture offers confidentiality, access control, a kind of obscurity and mutual authentication. However, numerous types of attacks can be encountered during the mutual authentication process which is a challenge-response based technique. Therefore, a high secure public key algorithm can be implemented to improve the… 

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