Authenticated Key Agreement Protocols: A Comparative Study

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One of the most important and challenging cryptographic primitives in Public Key Cryptography is Key Agreement Protocol where two or more parties share secret values and establish the session key. Many authors have proposed key agreement protocols. In this article, we have viewed some authenticated Key Agreement Protocols and presented a comparative study. We have also described the design principle, security requirement and various attacks on Key Agreement Protocol.

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Baalghusun, A. , Abusalem, O. , Abbas, Z. and Kar, J. (2015) Authenticated Key Agreement Protocols: A Comparative Study. Journal of Information Security, 6, 51-58. doi: 10.4236/jis.2015.61006.

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