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2018 IJSRST |
In the two-server a key password-authenticated exchange (PAKE) protocol, a sender divides its password and stores into two shares of its association in the two servers, individually, and the two servers then progressing to authenticate the client without memorising the password of the client. And In case one server is distrusted by an opponent, the password of the user is asked to endure strong. The author introduces two compilers that transform any two-party PAKE protocol to a two-server PAKEfatcat:u6fkb3ur3vhtdaj5iqak6gc4ie