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Key exchange protocols are fundamental for establishing secure communication channels over public networks. Password-based key exchange protocols allow parties to share a secret key in an authentic manner based on an easily memorizable password. Recently, Deng et al. proposed a three-party password-based key exchange protocol in the universal composable framework in China Communications, where two users, each one of whom shares a human-memorable password with a trusted server, can authenticatedoi:10.1016/j.proeng.2011.08.315 fatcat:a2en5l4lmjavjasdn27wtht2ge