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International Journal of Recent Trends in Engineering (IJRTE)

ISSN 1797-9617

Volume 1,  Number 1,  May 2009

Issue on Computer Science

Page(s): 501-507

Self-Generated-Certificate Based Cryptographic Protocol with Lite Certificate Management

           Mani Anand K P, Narayanasamy P, Dhana Sekar R, Santhosh Samuel D

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Abstract

In spite of the vital role played by Digital Certificates in Public Key Cryptographic systems, the overhead involved in maintaining those made them prohibitory. Certificateless Public Key Cryptography [1] was proposed as an alternative. It was based on based on the concept of implicit certification. Even though Certificateless Public Key Cryptography (CL-PKC) combines the appealing features of PKI [4] and IBC [5] it suffered from the Denial-of-Decryption (DoD) attack [2]. This led to the development of a new paradigm called Self-Generated-Certificate Public Key Cryptography (SGC-PKC) [2]. The SGC-PKC was based on the CL-PKC. The SGC-PKC satisfactory captures the DoD attack and it also proposed the maiden scheme derived from the novel application of Water’s Identity-Based Encryption scheme.

This paper proposes a cryptographic protocol based on Self- Generated-Certificate Public Key Cryptography. It gives the implementation details of the SGC-PKC scheme in Java and elucidates the necessary infrastructure needed to support the SGC-PKC protocol. It also studies a prospective application of proposed protocol.

Index Terms

Digital Certificates, Public Key Cryptography, Certificateless public key cryptography, Self-Generated-Certificate public key cryptography.

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