Security Improvements to Anonymous ID-based Group Key Agreement for Wireless Networks
Group key agreement (GKA) protocols are used to secure group communications in wireless networks but most current GKA protocols do not consider privacy protection. GKA protocols for wireless networks should also handle dynamic group membership events such as user join and leave events. The Join and Leave Protocols provide backward and forward secrecy respectively, that is, the Join Protocol must ensure that a new user cannot obtain the previously established group key(s) and access the...[Show more]
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