Group Key Agreement for Wireless Networks
Group key agreement is the protocol whereby multiple parties can agree on a common key, which ensures secure information transmission in their later communication. That is, the negotiated common key can be used to encrypt message for communicating parties. Protocols that are useful in practice do not reveal the negotiated common key to any eavesdropping parties.
Passive adversary: A passive adversary tries to learn information about the common secret key by eavesdropping on the communication channel.
Active adversary: An...
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