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The Design and Implementation of a Smartphone Payment System based on Limited-used Key Generation Scheme

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3 Author(s)
Xianping Wu ; Monash University, Australia ; O. Dandash ; Phu Dung Le

Wireless technologies in the form of mobile phones have become a pervasive part of our everyday live due to their convenience, light weight and lower transaction cost. However, performing payments using mobile phones have given a rise to security issues because of their limited resources and open air communication channel. Therefore, a secure mobile phone communication system has become a serious and crucial issue. This paper proposes a new security enhancement on smart phone using the limited-used key generation technique based on the KSL protocol. Our implementation adapts and compares two popular PKC systems (RSA and ECC) as a design solution for mobile phone payments security enhancement

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Third International Conference on Information Technology: New Generations (ITNG'06)

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10-12 April 2006