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Comparing Different Definitions of Secure Session
Authors: Can ZhangAbstract:
We first propose a definition of session protocol where two parties exchange information using a shared key. The notion of security based on our definition of session protocol requires the secure transmission of a sequence of message pieces rather than a single message piece. We then propose several definitions of secure session protocol depending on how powerful we allow the adversary to be. The main goal of this paper is to compare those definitions and show a hierarchy of definitions of secure session protocol.
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