Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology
Today's computing environments such as internet conferencing, distributed simulation, multi-user games, and many more applications involve dynamic peer groups. Communication among dynamic peer groups must be secure and, at the same time, fast and cost effective. In an internet conference, all participants together establish a common conference key to enable multi-party and secure exchange of messages. The proposed protocol is executed by considering the basic login issues, session validation and formulated key generation with balanced multiple tables. The secret information of a user cannot be determined from the corresponding public information, therefore ensures privacy.