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International Journal of Applied Information Systems
For most cryptosystems, by using a single-system master key there is a need to protect many important encryption and decryption keys used to achieve data security. There are three major drawbacks under this single-master key arrangement. First, if the master key is disclosed to the public by accident, then the entire system has no secrecy at all. Second, if the master key is lost, then all the keys under protection become inaccessible. Third, if the owner of the master key becomes disloyal,doi:10.5120/ijais13-451003 fatcat:klqgpfcpkvcwvoxloy4ctwd2g4