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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We consider the effect of combining the key computation step in particular key agreement protocols, such as ECMQV and static-DH, with verifying particular elliptic curve equations, such as those related to ECDSA signature verification. In particular, we show that one can securely combine ECDSA signature verification and ECMQV and static-ECDH key computations, resulting in significant performance improvements, due to saving on doubling operations and exploiting multiple point multiplicationdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-19574-7_9 fatcat:i3lmfbcq6fhejft3pioyti72ga