Feng Hao On robust key agreement based on public key authentication Security and Communication Networks 7
The paper presents the first comprehensive investigation on the state of the art in public key infrastructure (PKI)-based authenticated key exchange protocols. It uncovers a number of practical and theoretical flaws of existing protocols that were not reported before. In addition, it proposes a new protocol called YAK. Among all the available PKI-based authenticated key exchanges to date, the YAK protocol appears to be the simplest and the most robust.
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