key exchange

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key exchange

In cryptography, the transfer of a secret key from one party to another. See key management.
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He begins by introducing the topic and the cryptographic systems used today, then addresses each in turn, with discussion of one-way functions, hash functions, random bit generators, symmetric and asymmetric encryption systems, message authentication codes, pseudorandom bit generators and functions, digital signature systems, key establishment, entity authentication, secure multiparty computation, and key management.
Some specific subjects discussed include geographical secure routing for mobile ad hoc networks, long-term secure key establishment, applicability of quantum cryptography for securing mobile communication networks, and legal concepts for long-term validity in Austria, Germany, and Poland.
The Full and One-Pass ECMQV key establishment schemes are supported, along with the five EC Diffie-Hellman schemes required by NIST's Special Publication SP 800-56.
Beautifully built out 20-year turn key establishment.
Affecting interactive key establishment protocols, it monitors the target server's response for slight variations in error messages in an effort to discover the session key of an encrypted session.
The cryptocard also performs secure key establishment and application layer cryptographic functions compatible with FORTEZZA Plus.
The mastermind (Habeeb Abdullah Ali) incited the rest of the defendants to target key establishments and policemen and kill them.
This GEF project will ensure the: (i) provision of solar power generators and solar powered refrigerators to provide electricity and appropriate conditions for vaccine conservation for emergency centers and key establishments during disaster management and reconstruction; and (ii) provision of lighting by the use of solar applications.
Manmohan Singh where issues like terrorism, strengthening of intelligence network, security of coastline and key establishments, including atomic sites, will be discussed.
He allegedly conducted explosives training, established a terrorist group, targeted key establishments in Bahrain, made and detonated bombs, took part in illegal gatherings and damaged property and committed arson.