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Chameleon-Based Deniable Authenticated Key Agreement Protocol
Authors: Chunbo Ma, Jun Ao, Jianhua LiAbstract:
As a useful means of safeguarding privacy of communications, deniable authentication has received much attention. A Chameleon-based deniable authenticated key agreement protocol is presented in this paper. The protocol has following properties. Any one of the two participants can’t present a digital proof to convince a third party that a claimed agreement has really taken place. Once a forgery occurs, the original entity can present a digital proof to disclose the forgery.
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