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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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The beauty of integration is seeing all information from the vacation rental software and key exchange service in a single interface.
Security models for key exchange protocols have been researched for years, however, lots of them only focus on what secret can be compromised but they do not differentiate the timing of secrets compromise, such as the extended Canetti-Krawczyk (eCK) model.
Now, by reducing the processing load of the core authenticated key exchange method, and by accelerating the arithmetic operation speed, the research team succeeded in developing authentication technology that could accommodate TLS.
In 1992, Bellovin and Merritt [1] proposed a two-party encrypted key exchange protocol based on user passwords.
These 3 keys are inserted into the key exchange releasing the 'system isolated key' which is taken by the person accessing the dust extractors.
Denver-based InstaKeyLock Corporation has introduced a key exchange box that makes it easier to secure loaner keys at commercial buildings and uses any industry-standard rim cylinder.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Mocana, a software company that is enabling a secure networked society, today announced that its Embedded IPsec/IKE solution now fully supports IKEv2, the most recent version of the Internet Key Exchange protocol which is used to negotiate a Security Association at the outset of an IPsec session.
Limited Tenders are invited for Supply of 1)2 Way Key Exchange Box As Per Anex Item 04 Qty: 6 No 2)3 Way Ke Exchange Box As Per Annex.
Basic and Rekeying confirm the system can establish an IPSec tunnel utilizing Triple DES for encryption, SHA-1 for hash, 1024-bit key exchange, and a pre-shared secret for authentication, in addition to automatically rekeying the Phase 2 SA.
A complete IP security solution implements IPSec, Internet Key Exchange (IKE), and IP Payload Compression Protocol (IPPCP).
The IKEv2 standard for VPN authentication and key exchange is the successor of IKEv1 on which the vast majority of VPN gateways are based.
Our substantial growth in trade execution volume and key exchange alliances further position OES for continued growth as we continue to move into the new Reg.