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International Journal of Computer Network and Information Security(IJCNIS)

ISSN: 2074-9090 (Print), ISSN: 2074-9104 (Online)

Published By: MECS Press

IJCNIS Vol.8, No.5, May. 2016

Design of a Robust, Computation-Efficient and Secure 3P-EKE Protocol using Analogous Message Transmission

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Author(s)

Archana Raghuvamshi, Premchand Parvataneni

Index Terms

Password Authenticated Key Exchange Protocols;Three-Party Encrypted Key Exchange Protocols;Types of Attacks

Abstract

In this modern era of digital communication even a trivial task needs to be performed over internet which is not secure. Many cryptographic algorithms existed to provide security which facilitates secure communication through internet. As these algorithms need a secret session key, it is required to interchange this key in a secure way. In two-party communication, two clients initially share a low random (entropy) password through a secure channel to establish a secret session key. But this paradigm necessitates high maintenance of passwords, since each communicating pair requires separate passwords to establish a secure session key. In three-party communication network, each communication party shares a password with the trusted third-party (server) to exchange a secret session key. The beauty of this setting is that, even a server does not know the session key. The Password Authenticated Encrypted Key Exchange (PA-EKE) protocols have attracted a lot of curiosity to authors to propose various two-party and three-party PA-EKE protocols. Security flaws in various protocols proposed by Chang-Chang, Yoon-Yoo, PSRJ and Raj et al. inspired to design a robust, computationally efficient and highly secure protocol. This paper is an attempt to propose a secure and novel Password Authenticated 3P-EKE protocol using XOR operations and analogous (parallel) message transmission. The proposed protocol is easy to design and more secured against all types of attacks like password guessing, replay, pre-play, server spoofing etc. which made this protocol special.

Cite This Paper

Archana Raghuvamshi, Premchand Parvataneni,"Design of a Robust, Computation-Efficient and Secure 3P-EKE Protocol using Analogous Message Transmission", International Journal of Computer Network and Information Security(IJCNIS), Vol.8, No.5, pp.9-17, 2016.DOI: 10.5815/ijcnis.2016.05.02

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