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Yet Another Diffie-Hellman Alternative

 
 
Lawrence D'Oliveiro
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      03-05-2010
I don’t understand the point of this
<http://www.h-online.com/security/news/item/CeBIT-2010-Generating-keys-from-radio-echoes-946643.html>.
If both parties have prearranged a shared secret or previously exchanged
public keys, then there are any number of established ways they can use that
to set up a secure connection. And if they haven’t done such a thing, then
how can they be sure who they’re talking to, anyway? (Man-in-the-middle
attack.)
 
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