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Wireless networks of miniaturized, low-power sensor/actuator devices are poised to become widely used in commercial and military environments. The communication security problems for these networks are exacerbated by the limited power and energy of the sensor devices. In this paper, we describe the design and implementation of public-key-(PK)-based protocols that allow authentication and key agreement between a sensor network and a third party as well as between two sensor networks. Our work isdoi:10.1145/1029102.1029113 dblp:conf/sasn/WatroKCGLK04 fatcat:ongoid2khrfz7ku7bgvpmew4q4