Overview

Artifact ID: | 743d5ce5cf142f7789d1ff383b4fa66b1cd2267e |
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Page Name: | Experiment: mmmv_symsig_t1 |

Date: | 2017-10-08 19:04:36 |

Original User: | martin_vahi |

Parent: | 2fdef85cd4d96a1c5ba47dcc7a41d158f8aba1d7 (diff) |

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Content

The mmmv_symsig_t1 **wraps symmetric key encryption command line tools**
and **implements a signing system**, where parties, who have never met
directly for a key exchange can **probabilistically authenticate** each
other.

*It's worth to note here that if both of the keys of a public encryption
algorithm are bundled together and the bundle is treated the same way as
symmetric key encryption keys are treated, then public key encryption
algorithms can be used as symmetric key encryption algorithms. That allows the
"standard" tools like the GNU Privacy Guard to
be used in the role of the symmetric key encryption algorithm implementation.*