) 1. Secure Chaotic Maps-based Group Key Agreement Scheme with Privacy Preserving Hongfeng Zhu 1001-1009 A Publicly Verifiable Secret Sharing Scheme Based on Multilinear Diffie-Hellman Assumption Qiao Peng

Min-Shiang Hwang, Shu-Fen Chiou, Chia-Chun Wu, Cheng-Yi Yang, Ajith Abraham, Korea, Wael Adi, Iqbal Sheikh, Ahamed, Vijay Atluri, Mauro Barni, Andrew Blyth (+91 others)
2016 International Journal of Network Security   unpublished
Nowadays chaos theory related to cryptography has been addressed widely, so there is an intuitive connection between group key agreement and chaotic maps. Such a connector may lead to a novel way to construct authenticated and efficient group key agreement protocols. Many chaotic maps based two-party/three-party password authenticated key agreement (2PAKA/3PAKA) schemes have been proposed. However, to the best of our knowledge , no chaotic maps based group (N-party) key agreement protocol
more » ... t using a timestamp and password has been proposed yet. In this paper, we propose the first chaotic maps-based group authentication key agreement protocol. The proposed protocol is based on chaotic maps to create a kind of signcryption method to transmit authenticated information and make the calculated consumption and communicating round restrict to an acceptable bound. At the same time our proposed protocol can achieve members' revocation or join easily, which not only refrains from consuming modular exponential computing and scalar multiplication on an elliptic curve, but is also robust to resist various attacks and achieves perfect forward secrecy with privacy preserving.
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