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Title: Key Agreement Protocol (KAP) Based on Matrix Power Function
Authors: Sakalauskas, Eligijus
Listopadskis, Narimantas
Tvarijonas, Povilas
Keywords: Key Agreement Protocol
Matrix Power Function
One-Way Function (OWF)
Data Encryption
Numerical Algorithms and Problems
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA
Abstract: The key agreement protocol (KAP) is constructed using matrix power functions. These functions are based on matrix ring action on some matrix set. Matrix power functions have some indications as being a one- way function since they are linked with certain generalized satisfiability problems which are potentially NP- Complete. A working example of KAP with guaranteed brute force attack prevention is presented for certain algebraic structures. The main advantage of proposed KAP is considerable fast computations and avoidance of arithmetic operations with long integers.
Description: * Work is partially supported by the Lithuanian State Science and Studies Foundation.
ISSN: 1313-0455
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