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A Leakage-Resilient and Forward-Secure Authenticated Key Exchange Protocol for Private Personal Area Networks

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6 Author(s)
SeongHan Shin ; Res. Center of Inf. Security, AIST, Tokyo ; Imine, M. ; Fathi, H. ; Kobara, K.
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A private-personal area network (P-PAN) is the very user-centric and basis component of personal networks. However, the current security mechanism is not robust against leakage of stored secrets that can happen when a mobile node (device) is compromised, lost or stolen. This results in unauthorized accesses to other devices and services. For that, this paper introduces a leakage-resilient and forward secure authenticated key exchange (LRFS-AKE) protocol and its usage in the relation to P-PANs. The LRFS-AKE protocol guarantees not only security against classical attacks but also a new additional layer of security against leakage of stored secrets

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Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications, 2006 IEEE 17th International Symposium on

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11-14 Sept. 2006

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