Security

Extended Diffie-Hellman Algorithm for Key Exchange and Management

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Executive Summary

Since the publication of Diffie-Hellman algorithm for two-party key exchange in 1976, the concept of key exchange over the insecure communication channel has revolutionized totally. The purpose of algorithm is used to enable users to security exchange a key that can be used for subsequent encryption. The ability to dynamically and publicly establish a session key for secure communication between groups of participants is a foundation of many secure group applications, such as conference calls, distributed computation, and distributed databases.

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